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Do you also cover the IV-A?

When I 'click", I hear two fast clicks. But, sometimes the time between clicks is as much as five/six seconds - in A mode. Camera never been underwater! And little used topside.
abrown007@socal.rr.com Al Brown - thanks.

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open the back cover and fire the shutter a few times towards light. the shutter should open completely with no hesitation. check to see if there is oil on the blades. if so the camera must be cleaned.
if no oil on the blades then the shutter magnets are at fault and it will have to be repaired. you may need to hold the counter lever in to fire the shutter with back opened.

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