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Nikon f5 dead

I have installed fresh batteries but the camera is still dead

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I put one in backwards once, check them all to make sure
it drove me nuts until I realized what I did

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SOURCE: Nikon F100 dead

I do know that on earlier models like the N90s and 8008s, the small nut that holds the battery clip in place activated a cut off switch. If the switch was faulty, the camera would not turn on. There may be a similar switch in the F100.

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SOURCE: Nikon FA will not advance. Meter will not give reading.

Nikon Fa advance lever loose.

Not used camera for a few years and set to M250 mode due to not having batteries, Advanced lever once to test, advanced one, then pulled lever back for another test.

Lever then feels lifeless and has no resistance to being moved. it will not take a picture even with batteries. any Idea what the problem is?

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SOURCE: Put a fresh battery in

check the battery contacts and cean them with a Tip with lighter fluid on the swab
Try again to see if the meter works
If not a capactor in the circuitry has gone bad
Ebay always has these Nikon EM's selling at decent prices that operate still
Parts are hard to finf new for these anymore

Posted on Feb 03, 2011

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