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How do you install film into the sr101 minolta camera? i can't find the proper manual online.

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Open back of camera pull lead of film out about three or four inches now place the canister of film in the proper slot now line strip of lead across path of camera lens untill it touches and goes over the little teeth now shut the camera door and the camera will start loading the film itself

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