Question about Nikon AF-D 80-200mm f/4.5-5.6 Lens

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Lense not working

I have a Nikon D70's and just purchased a used Nikon 80-200 mm D telephoto ,when I turn the camera on (manual setting) I get EE in the viewfinder and cannot take a picture also the auto focus does not seem to work? Any suggestions the lense came with no written info.
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  • gmayert08 Jan 08, 2009

    Yes that is the answer,Thanks


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Have you turned the lens aperture ring to the lowest value (32) and locked it with the little button thing?
Sorry if you know about this.

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