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Re: remove flash from mirror
Please mail me the photo at firstname.lastname@example.org..,
because when removing only the flash part,i have to see what the objects sorrounding it is like.
Later, i will explain the procedure as to how i did it.WAITING FOR UR MAIL......THANK YOU!!!!
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It could have fogged up because you had the drawer cover off in the first place.
The problem may be the alignment of the mirrors. If the control board has slipped down so that the mirrors do not line up to the photo cell and led---that can cause the problem you are having. Make sure the mirrors (light tubes) are properly lined up with the photo cell and led on the control board. You may have to move the control board to make this alignment. Once aligned secure the board in place and this should solve your problem. NOTE: MAKE SURE THE POWER IS TURNED OFF BEFORE YOU MAKE THIS REPAIR.
Red-eye is caused by the light from the flash reflecting from the back of the eye. There are several ways to eliminate or at least reduce the effect. One, as you've done, is to edit the photo after it's been taken. The red-eye reduction feature of the camera shines a light at the subject, causing the pupils to contract and thus reduce the reflection from the eyes.
A good way is to move the flash away from the camera. This causes the red reflection to go toward the flash, not the camera. Unfortunately, the D40x lacks the Commander mode to control remote flashes. Instead, you can use something like the SC-29 cord to move the flash away from the camera.
Another possibility to consider is to not use the flash at all. Bump up the ISO and see whether there's enough light for existing-light photography.
you will need to remove the inner door panel to get to the nuts on the inside of the door panel to remove the mirror.if its just the mirror that is broken(reflective)then a glass place can replace the reflective part by gluing a new one onto the old housing.
This is a mirror lens. Light enters the leans, ir reflected back to the front of the lens by a mirror and is then reflected back to the sensor by another mirror(behind the black circle in middle of lens). DO NOT REMOVE OR TRY TO. To do so will rendeer lens useless.Filters screw on front of lens, like any other lens.
I was able to avoid buying a new mirror, but my mirror also became so foggy that it was unusable. This correction will not allow the Auto Dimm feature to work!!!!!!! But at least the mirror will function as a mirror. This took me about an 1 1/2 hours (glue needs to dry).
1) Take the mirror off the windshield metal lever held mine in place mirror then slides off disconnect wires
2) Pull the mirror apart it's glued together Don't brake the plastic
3) Seperate front glass from the auto dim element a clear front glass is sandwiched to the element with a series (or piano style) of metal clamps the element is a reflective surface the clear glass may brake, this is OK it will not be reused, Be Careful Not To Cut Yourself Don't damage the reflective element, though
4) Clean the surface of the element Be Careful Here, the element scratches more easily than the glass surface would have
5) Disconnect the 2 wire connector connected to the element circuit this is just a safety step to prevent the element from trying to work and possibly heating up
6) Put everything back together glue the mirror back together reconnect the mirror wiring if you need to (my mirror had the compass that needs power) put it back on the windshield
I performed this repair about 6 months ago and have not had any problems. The element is the reflective surface that the mirror already used, so it reflects as it should. The auto dim feature, as stated before, does not work, but I didn't have to pay a couple hundred bucks for a new mirror or a used one that would eventually do the same thing. Their is a gap from the plastic edge of the mirror to the element the width of the clear glass that was removed. It is not noticeable to anyone but you.
bad pump..take some news paper and slide in from bottom you will notice that the drip is coming from the left side more,,..if you can get behind unit theres 2 green clips on the right and the left remove these,,if you cant get behind remove front panel ..and remove from front...slide lid forward than remove lid switch connection right front corner,,now the tops off...remove the 2 screws holding washer front panel..now your in ,,to put back reverse...att'' always unplug unit first
In addition, flash lighting dust doesn't make a white spot, but a fuzzy whitish circle (out of focus). The image underneath is still visible, but distorted. These are definitely not flash reflecting on dust.