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The Nikon 1 AW 1 is a waterproof camera manufactured in 2013. This camera is Wi-Fi capable and records in 1080p with a 14.2 MP lens.

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Nikon 1 AW1 WP-O2000 O-ring Discontinued

Hello,

It appears that nikon as discontinued the Nikon 1 AW1 WP-O2000 O-ring. I had a chat with nikon rep and they wanted me to send it in for service instead of selling me an O-Ring.

Has anyone used any non-oem O-Rings or know what size/type I should buy as a replacment?

Thanks - Justin

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Hi Justin. I am not sure where to get a genuine nikon o-ring, but if you have a caliper or fine measuring implement, try measuring the o-ring from the nikon camera that failed and ordering a replacement off McMasterCarr. McMasterCarr is fabulous for this application. They sell many types of O-Rings for various applications.

I had to order a replacement O-Ring for the top sprayer arm for my GE dishwasher. Ge only sells the O-ring as part of the top sprayer kit, which retails for $100. I searched McMasterCarr and was able to order an FDA listed food-safe O-Ring that fit within the temperature requirements of my dishwasher. Pretty fantastic.

For o-rings, it is best to buy a few around the size you need. So one or two sizes up in cross sectional width and maybe one or two larger in outer diameter. Just in case you measured wrong, you don't have to wait another week to get the right part! O-Rings are usually pretty cheap, so it's worth the redundancy.

Good Luck!

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I have ordered an O-ring from McMaster-Carr. I had my mechanical engineer take the measurements, and we settled on this one. It’s made from Buna-N, not silicone, as the silicone rings were speced out a bit harder than we judged the Nikon ring to be. These arrive soon!

Be careful about size. It’s ok to stretch just a bit, but you absolutely do not want the O-ring to be too large, or the integrity of the lens seal will be compromised. Also, make sure the ring you buy is resistant to the usual silicone/PTFE grease you’re going to use on the ring.

https://www.mcmaster.com/2418t155

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For anyone interested, I tried the O-rings listed in this post as well as these (50mm ID-3mm wide):

https://www.mcmaster.com/1174N613

I haven't done a proper water test with it yet (still have some OEM rings left to use before I risk it), but the 50mm ID-3 mm wide rings are a much closer match to the OEM rings than the 2" ID-3/32" wide rings. When mounting a lens the 3/32" feels too loose, 3mm has a very similar feel to the OEM.

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Hi Michael

Have you water tested the o ring you mentioned above, on your Nikon AW1. Which size did you end up using

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