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Service manual Worked but does not now. i,ve replaced the batteries but still nothing is there a setting on the camera or something im missing?

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Hi Andrew, if the flash-ready light doesn't come on after inserting new batteries, then you have a problem with your flash. You need to send it to a Nikon Service Centre

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