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I just bought a D100 (as a backup to a D200 - nothing like being up to date with current technology! B^)). As I understand it, there is no integral flash sync connector on them. You need to get an AS-15 accessory shoe adaptor which goes on the hot shoe, and has a pc sync connector (like the D200 has on the side of the main body). Then you use a standard Metz sync cable to attach to that. The Metz 60 CT flashes have a low voltage trigger circuit and so should be safe with any camera.
The front window should be removable to access the bulb, if the bulb or the contacts for the bulb aren't it, it may be internal and be that the light control circuit is defective. When it does work though, the flash is the correct brightness, right?
The Metz 60CT-4 uses Accu 60-38 4.5Ah @6V Pb battery. Charging system is difference from NiMH battery.
Beside the voltage is only 1.2VDC per cell on NiMH battery. Four cells will have a total of 4.8VDC. If you got five (5) cells: 1.2 X 5 = 6.0VDC. Do not charge these cells with Metz. Use NiMH Charger for NiMH battery.