Do you have a Nikon flash that is dead because of a broken flash bulb? One obvious path to resurrect it is to send it in for service. If you are handy and really understand how to follow safety procedures, you can save some expensive repair charges by doing it yourself.
It doesn’t appear very difficult.
One guy ordered a replacement bulb for ~$20 (including shipping) directly from Nikon and fixed his Nikon SB-80DX. Another guy fixed his SB-600 with a $8.52 replacement bulb. If you are motivated enough to try it yourself, be really careful! Some safety tips on camera flash capacitor probably help.
Contact Nikon Parts Department
- Phone: 1-310-414-8107
- Fax: 1-310-322-6979
- Hours: 7am – 3pm PST Mon – Fri
Keywords: Camera Repair, DIY, Do-it-yourself, Flash photography, Nikon, Repair