Underground 660_T flash Tags: Photo Flash Digital Cameras Last response: November 16, 2008 2:06 AM in Digital Camera Share Anonymous June 8, 2005 10:36:31 PM Archived from groups: rec.photo.digital (More info?) While cleaning an some old camera cases, I cam across an old flash unit - Underground 660-T. Loaded some batteries in it and it appears to work like a charm. Unfortunately I cannot locate the instruction manual that it came with, and cannot find anything about it with internet searches. Does anyone know what the three slide settings (colored white, green, and red) on the front are for? Appreciate any information on this. George More about : underground 660 flash | E-mail me updates | Report abuse Register or log in to remove Anonymous November 16, 2008 2:06:17 AM I've had one for 30-35 years and it still works. Bought it in Rhode Island when I was in middle school. I have a user's manual I can scan and e-mail if you still have the flash. Just let me know at email@example.com. Cheers, Stew | Report abuse Ask the community Publish Tom's Hardware>Forum>Digital Camera>Underground 660_T flash> Related ressources: ForumI have nfs underground on a flash drive but it doesnt work ForumUnderground Backup? ForumFirst-time build: AM3+ or FM2 based processor? ForumBudget AM3+ for Office and Light Gaming ForumMonitor goes black, power light green ForumCasual conversation; small talk. ForumNeed For Speed: Most Wanted tread ForumIdle Chit Chat... ForumHurricane Sandy ForumCPU temp over 100°C when gaming? ForumNeed For Speed: The Run tread ForumSamsung Chronos 7 is it worth it? ForumOfficial Laptops Review Thread Forum6950 Crossfire vs GTX 580? ForumWTF??!!! GREEN FLASHING CRAP ON MY GAMES!! AGGHH! HELP!! ForumWww kodak com/go/cameras ForumHow do I guarantee that the flash will fire and where did .. ForumCompact Flash Data Corruption Problems Forumfast compact flash cards? ForumFlash tutorial? More resources Read discussions in other Digital Camera categories Camcorders Digital Photography DSLRs Point & Shoot SLR ZLR Kodak Nikon Sony !