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The foot that connects the flash to the camera has broken.  is there a cement or glue that will hold it back it place? thanks,gene

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  • cohnphoto Nov 28, 2008

    Thank you.  This was a while ago and I have purchased another one (I think about $180) because a repairman wanted about the same to fix it plus mailing.  sorry.  Gene


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DO NOT USE GLUE AND REPLACE THE FOOT ASSEMBLY . NOW I CAN REPAIR THIS FOOT ASSEMBLY FOR YOU . [email protected] BERRIESMITH CAMERA REPAIR

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  • Anonymous Nov 28, 2008

    WHAT DOID YOU DO TO THE OLD ONE . I COULD USE IT FOR PARTS .

    BERRIE SMITH CAMERA REPAIR / [email protected] / 770-312-0719

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