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Where can I find the Nikon lens repair manaul, I have Canon's but difficult to find Nikon.

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Sorry, but you won't find one in the public domain. The lens is a current model and the information you need is strictly copyright and supplied only to Nikon Authorised Repair centres.

As it's a budget lens model it's not really been designed with repairs in mind anyway. Nikon repair centres will often simply exchange it for all but the simplest of faults if there's a warranty claim as labour and parts costs for more serious faults exceed the cost of a replacement lens. So you're on your own with this one, but if it's the usual broken plastic lens mount then it's a fairly straightforward repair as long as you're methodical and use the right tools. Obtaining the spare mounting can be difficult though outside of the official supply chain.

Please take a moment to rate my answer, and in doing so please bear in mind that I'm not responsible for Nikon's decision to strictly control the availability of the information you asked for.

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Here is the facebook link, it has all the info you need.
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