Nikon launched a dedicated “Self Service Repair” website

A few weeks ago, I first reported about the “Self-Service Repair” documents section on the Nikon support website.

Nikon has now launched a new “Self Service Repair” dedicated website:

“Nikon Inc. provides access to applicable service manuals, parts, and tools to enable you to perform your own repairs on certain Nikon digital electronic products.”

Update: the main Nikon parts website is

Things to know:

  • Performing repairs yourself may affect your product’s Nikon Inc. limited warranty. If your product is still covered by Nikon Inc.’s limited warranty, we recommend that you schedule service with Nikon Inc.
  • Please understand, Nikon Inc.’s service department will not assist with or complete your self-service repair.

Also, read this important warning:

Important Warning

Before you attempt to repair your product, please consult your product’s limited warranty to learn more about warranty coverage and service.

Please note that Nikon does not provide customer support or assistance for how to repair your product.

Please also note that an incorrect repair performed by you or an unauthorized repair provider may affect your product’s limited warranty and/or cause an increase in the fee if you request service from an authorized Nikon service center.

Damages caused by repairs performed by persons other than authorized Nikon service technicians are not covered by any Nikon warranties. Such damage may cause future repairs to be subject to out-of-warranty costs or may render your product ineligible for future repairs by Nikon.

Failure to follow the repair instructions in a Nikon repair manual or use appropriate Nikon parts and tools may damage the product or affect the product’s functionality, and may also cause safety issues and could lead to personal injury, death, or property damage.

Nikon shall not be liable for any damages, injuries or other liabilities to the product, any person, or any property which occurs as a result of repair, diagnosis, maintenance, or modification performed by you or an unauthorized repair provider, including but not limited to, any indirect, incidental, special or consequential damages; any loss of data, privacy, revenue, or profits; or any inability to use, or reduced functionality of, the product.

Great news: Nikon quietly launched a new “Self Service Repair” section on their website

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