Question about Nikon D60 Digital Camera
This is a hard one to answer as there can be all sorts of causes for this. Flexes can come out of their connectors. Flexes can be damaged. Depending upon where it hit, you could have shorted out the flash and blown the main circuit. What you need to do is carefully remove the bottom and back covers (careful - the back cover is connected to the main circuit by a flex!!!) and check the flexes and make sure they are seated properly. Then check the boards for impact damage. For more than this you should probably seek professional help, as there are boards in the front, top, and side that contain 300 volts for the flash and you can get a nasty shock if you do not discharge the flash capacitor using a 100 ohm 5 watt resister tool
Posted on Feb 02, 2013
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