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Water got into my sb600

Sonehow water got inside the sb600, batteries got hot, but nothing switched on , any solutions?

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I agree, sounds fatal, but let me know the outcome. I need the hotshoe off of a broken one. My electronics are OK but the hotshoe bracket is broken on mine. Email me at barry@djbarryonline.com

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I doubt it. Water damage usually is fatal, or very expensive.

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