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Still the flash cannot be open for battery replacement. your continuing support is much appreciated.

The end portion and the lense side unscrewing trying failed.

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There are two threadings one for the lens and one for the bulb, try again

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TESTING FOR “OPENS” IN THE CIRCUIT

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Continuity Check Method
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