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Film doesn't load

My camera stopped working a few years ago, but I recently found it again while unpacking boxes. I remember loving this camera and apparently kept it - just in case I can figure out how to fix it! Anyway, when I drop the film in the camera, it isn't loading the film. As I remember, the film should automatically load. I've checked the owner's manual - the film is new (in the '1' position). I've tried loading it both while the camera is on and while the camera is off. If I remember correctly, the problem started when I had a roll of film in the camera and it wouldn't roll itself up after it finished - nor would it roll itself when the manual rewind button was used. I took it to a camera shop and they were unable to fix it. As I recall, I kept fiddling with the manual rewind button, and eventually it worked; however, ever since then, it has never loaded another roll of film. I imagine I will have to ship this off if I want to get it repaired. I guess my big question is - does this sound like an expensive problem? I may be better off just getting a new camera, but I hate to get rid of this one if the problem can be easily fixed. Thanks!

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  • Anonymous Nov 04, 2007

    I have a Canon EOS5 wheras when I remove used film the film icon keeps blinking in the LCD.I fit new film and it will not load.It's as though camera is not recognising film has been changed.I remove film, half press shutter which brings LCD back to life;refit film and then have to half press shutter again(or any button)and film will load.This step has to be taken each time I change film

  • Anonymous Nov 04, 2007

    I have a Canon eos5 wheras when I remove used film,film icon keeps blinking on LCD.If I put a new film in ,icon continues to blink and film will not load.I remove film,half press shutter button and LCD returns to normal.I put in new film and have to half press shutter button again and film will load.I have to carry out this operation each time I change film.Help!!



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