Question about Nikon Speedlight SB-600 TTL Flash

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How do you respond to questions?

Do you email a response or is the solution posted on your web site? I posted a question at the same time as registering, but don't see where my question has been rec'd

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  • kbwhite Jun 16, 2008

    Original question: The rubber PUSH button on the flash has come off (adhesive has dried out). What type of adhesive should be used to reattach the button?

  • kbwhite Jun 22, 2008

    It is the button that you push to unlock the flash and enables you to direct the angle and position of the flash. It is located on the right side.


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I do not know of any rubber push buttons on the sb-600,
However: I would need to know exactly what button you are concerned about.
~Thomas Bauer~

Posted on Jun 22, 2008

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When you post a question on, you obviously want an answer, but a large number of questions will never be answered. If you review questions that have gone unanswered for extended periods, you will see a pattern that insures that no one will be able to help. Questions that are not questions at all, but rather vague incomplete statements lacking understandable details are routinely passed over by the experts. For example, "my camera doesn't work" or "press shutter release again." Shorthand and sentence fragments work on Twitter, but they are useless to those of us on Fixya who try to help you. If we cannot understand what you are asking, how can you expect us to respond?

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As you write, make sure you do the following:
    1) Phrase your question as a question in complete sentence. Since it is a question (if you have phrased it correctly) it should be followed by a question mark (?).
    2) Make sure you specify the brand and model of the equipment in question including any connected equipment. For example, if the problem is an electronic flash unit, include the brand and model of the camera you are using it with. The problem might not necessarily be the flash; it might be the camera it is attached to. Also, make sure you post it to the correct category.
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First off be aware using all caps is viewed as yelling and being rude. Also, be observant we do not see all caps used in newspapers, magazines, or the like, thus we do not need them on the web.

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