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D60 not firing Paul Buff flashes by cord or wireless set up...

Hi I posted this problem about 10 days ago. I received some possible solutions but I just wanted to try a wireless set up bypassing the sync cord problems. I use Paul Buff Alien Bee's. I just got 1 transmitter and 2 receivers. Programmed them and they worked find using my D10. So I took out the D60 attached the transmitter and crossed my fingers that it would fire the lights. No Luck...I even tried the pc plug from transmitter to camera. Still did not work. When I took the transmitter off camera pressed the test button, the lights fired immediately. So now it seems electrical in nature. The D60 is due for cleaning any way so I guess I need to send it in for repair before I get busy this spring. Any recommended Canon repair Centers would be appreciated.
Thanks for all the help...Looking forward to hearing from all of you!

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Hi,

Here is the main support number.You can call them up and find a closest repair center in your location.
1 800 828-4040

If you are in USA you can find a service center from HERE

Goodluck..

Posted on Feb 29, 2008

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