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Broken lcd display Nikon sb-800 flash

My lcd display back on my flash, a Nikon sb-800, have been broken. The glas is OK but the display itself have cracks. It was easy to open up the falsh and remove the lcd display, but now I need to buy a new display. Nikon service does not sell any seperate. Anyone who know where to order a new (or used) display?

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You can order the part from NIKON or I can fix it for you .
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Posted on Feb 06, 2008

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