Hi - I have a 60CT4 & it's putting out max flash all the time -
regardless of whether I'm on manual or not; connected to camera or not;
cover up the sensor or not. BUT: when I use another battery pack it works fine.
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You have to use a special cable adapter for each type of camera.
These old flash units do not have adapters for current digital cameras. For old cameras the only place to get the adapters, is on ebay or from KEH.
A new dryfit battery is delivered fully loaded. So you will not have to charge it the first time. My 5 year old dryfit battery still is holding enough energy to help me through the darker moments. I have it charged now once after an average of 400/500 flash pictures (when do you need full power with this flash?), which is every two to three weeks (normal hobby use).
As the connections are OK, it is possible that a lead inside one of the wires is broken. You don't say if it powers up or not, so it is very difficult to give more specific advice or diagnosis. It is a professional unit, so I suggest you take it into a top camera shop for their advice.