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Flash burst My flash unit on Sony M1 was burst. How can I replace the bulb/flash unit?

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  • Anonymous Jan 24, 2008

    It will cost about $ US 80 and 10 minutes.

  • cynt1980 Mar 10, 2008

    My flash is gone on my DSCM1 camera .. not sure if it burst or not. but I can no longer take pics in the night time or in dark rooms. What can I do??? Is it expensive????

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Atempt to open this camera if you are not specialized for this job is not a good idea. Part number for the flash unit 147904011. Price around 50 Euro (for my account). If you need more info, please advice. Arpi

Posted on Mar 17, 2007

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