Question about Nikon Speedlight SB-800 TTL Flash
A friend of mine forgot the batteries inside the flsh for a long time and the batteries leaked acid. I tried to disassembly the flash to clean it and because it does not work now but I can't separate the upper unit from the lower one. I see small screws below the hinge but I can't reach them with a screwdriver. Anybody has a procedure, graphics or pictures for this? Thanks, W.
Screws are on the bottom of hotshoe.
Then 4 on the shoulder.
Peel out the two rubber pad.
Be very, very careful, 330 Volts is waiting inside for you.
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