Question about Nikon Speedlight SB-600 TTL Flash
I dropped my flash just like RicG and found your solution here. I used screw driver to push up the metal tabs until the batter reached high enough to touch the top metal plate again. The metal tabs I lifted up were negative polarity. My flash came back to life. Thanks for your posting. It saved my money.
Posted on Dec 10, 2007
I had this same problem happen two days ago, searched the net vigorously trying to find a solution, finally broke down and called Nikon Support and they are having me ship it in for repair. Here is a link with the info. Tracey
I had this same problem happen two days ago, searched the net vigorously trying to find a solution, finally broke down and called Nikon Support and they are having me ship it in for repair.
Here is a link with the info.
Posted on Oct 16, 2007
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