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Shutter squeal, Canon Cough a1 Ae1

Can anyone tell me what I need to lubricate to cure Canon Cough?

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This is in german. Look hard at the pictures. You only need to remove the bottom plate. Use a hypodermic needle loaded with just one drop of non-acidic oil. Practice first. Stick the battery back in an operate the shutter 30 times. leave the camera overnight upside down.

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