Question about Pentax ZX-5 35mm SLR Camera
a slipping take-up spool is not an easy solution to fix, there is a couple things that you can do that might help.
1- after the film is loaded and # 1 on the counter rotate the re-wind knob to make the film tight.
2- gently pull up on the pressure plate inside film door to increase pressure on the film. other than that,the film take up mech. must be repaired.
Posted on Dec 14, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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