Question about Konica Minolta 5600HS for Maxxum Minolta TTL Flash
I have a Minolta 5600Hs flash. It's worked great for several years and recently just stopped turning on. I live in a high humidity area and it's been raining a lot recently but the flash has been through several years of this. Should I try to fix it (professionally or by myself) or just toss it?
I would not recommend you fix it yourself since several of the inside componentes are high voltage and dangerous. But, why wont the flash turn on? if the batteries are good, could it be the battery contacts on the battery door and inside the flash? If the batteries have ever corroded (even a little) then that would be the problem. Use a pencil eraser to shine up the contacts until they are bright and shiney clean. Do not use sand paper or anthing vabbrasive as that will cause the contacts to corrod more and the problem will be worse.
Posted on Nov 21, 2009
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