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    How to fix a dodgy door on flash

    hi
    my door on the yongnuo 56811, the little bits that hold the door shut snapped off, which is a common fault on these
    i contacted the seller and told to send it back and they would replace on warranty, but the same problem exists still with the flashes
    so i thought i would give it a go with a trhumbscrewe
    as well as working and a nice solid fit, i will always know its my flash
    cheers macca
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    What colourful batteries you have there I want lol

    I guess another bonus is a thief probably won't be interesting in that odd thing sticking out so they'll leave your flash alone

    Nice fix
    David Tran

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    coloured eneloops,at least i know there mine
    cheers macca

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    Recently bought one of these and recommended them to a friend who bought one also.
    So when his stuffs up, what is the trhumbscrewe screwing into? I suppose a hole you've drilled? Think I answered my question, but just in case I've missing something (happens regularly).

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    good old australian ingenuity at its best
    cc and enjoy

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