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Replace A-1249-950-A ST BLOCK ASSY.

The adjustment is not required after replacing the ST block
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Since you neglected to specify the model of your Metz flash unit, I can only suggest you look it up here.

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Contact Metz direct and ask them. Thier site is located here:

http://www.metz.de/en/contact/contact-person.html

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Note: I had an old one of these years ago (pre Digital) and it was a great flash unit.

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