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FL-36 flash My FL-36 which I bought last year but have rarely used seems to have died on me, I was going check the spare batteries Iand recharge them and when I tried them (all 4) there is no response from the FL-36. I went out and bought a new charger and new batteries but still no response, is there aything I can do

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It's my experience that the contacts down at the bottom of the battery compartment corrode easily. Clean them with electronic contact cleaner and a swab and they should work again - for a while.

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