Nikon Warranty Issues after Self Wet Cleaning the Sensor?

Started Feb 4, 2013 | Discussions thread
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In reply to Steve Bingham, Feb 5, 2013

Steve Bingham wrote:

By void the warranty they probably mean you do so (clean) at your own risk, right? I mean, why wouldn't they? You could use the wrong technique, wrong solution, break something, etc. Now if some other problems ensue - not related to the AA filter - like the eye piece falling out, then I am sure it would be fixed under warranty.

That said, I have cleaned my own sensors for many years. Just be careful and read a bunch before you start. If you go about it in an intelligent fashion it really is easy.

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I have a spare D5000 to test on first, and then move on to D600...

Any more links for tutorials will be much appreciated.

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