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Nikon Speedlight SB-800

My SB-800 will not sync with my D-70. The display shows MRPT ARPT BRPT CRPT all the time. The flash will fire when the shutter is released on the camera but it will not sync. It will not flash the when the flash button the back is pressed. None of the select functions work.

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  • Anonymous Feb 15, 2008

    Exactly the same problem occurred last night with my SB800. There is just no way you can select the mode and the flash button also doesn't fire the flash.

    The same thing happened to a friend of mine and he removed the batteries and left it for 2/3 days. That fixed the problem, so that is what I will do now.

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I had the same problem. You locked your flash by mistake if you have a lock symbol on your LCD. Press the ON/OFF & Sel buttons simultaneously & the lock symbol will disappear. Then reset your unit by pressing Mode & ON/OFF simultaneously for 3 second & you are good to go!

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The first thing you need to do to correct this problem is to turn your flash on, then push and hold the SEL button.

A menu will come up that will have a picture of two arrows that are shaped like a backwards S (see the picture on the swivel part of the head). These two symbols will be one on top of another with what looks like two flash heads next to it. Move the arrow to select this menu item and hit the SEL button again. On the side menu move the selection to off. Then hit the on/off button and that's it. You should be back to your normal settings.

Hope this helps!

Posted on Feb 23, 2008

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