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1 DISCLAIMER: I AM NOT TRAINED BY NIKON OR ANYONE ELSE TO REPAIR FLASHES. I JUST GOT TIRED OF SHELLING OUT ANYWHERE FOR $25-$80 TO REPAIR MY HOT SHOES SO I STARTED CHANGING MY OWN. Start by turning off the flash. Remove the four screws holding the hot shoe in place with a jewler's screwdriver. Place the screws in a safe place, (I usually use an empty film canister).