Question about Olympus FL-50 TTL Flash
In short, no. In view of the extremely high and potentially fatal voltages which are in a flash even when turned off, repairs by untrained and unqualified persons are strongly discouraged. Olympus and Panasonic will not supply these parts except to dealers and repairers. You can get them from unoffocial sources, but the flash tubes may not be within official tolerances and so you end up with a flash which permanently over or under exposes.
Play safe and leave this to a pro.
Posted on May 24, 2010
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