Apologies if this answer exists somewhere else. It's a tricky one to search for. I was mounting my 430 into a flash stand (I don't use either often) and apparently if the flash is powered on and the bracket is metal it can short out something and shoot a +100% pulse to the bulb. Audible pop and the flash doesn't flash anymore. Well sort of. It seems to charge, the unit indicates its ready, but if i press the test the flash lets out a tiny pulse. My instinct says I damaged a capacitor, since the bulb still tries to send some light out. Just looking to see if anyone can confirm before I open it up and start poking at it. On that train of thought, does anybody know the specs for what I'd need to replace a bad cap and whereabouts it is? I've seen a few guides for replacing an lcd that looks like the cap is in the bottom half of the flash rather than the top. Thanks for your help!