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I think the 'o____' is intended as a pictorial representation of a roll of 35mm film, the 'E' signifying an error in loading it. Not used this particular Pentax model myself, but some of them have a slot in the take-up spool where the 'tongue' of the film should be inserted - is that the case with yours ?
Hello, I assumed that you loaded a fresh battery set and with correct polarity ,otherwise it does give such signal. If you have the user manual,please check the other alternatives on trouble shooting section. If you do not have a user manual you can visit the site below where instruction manual copies for Pentax, www.pentax-manuals.com
not an official site, but the manuals for downloading are better
quality copies and in color where possible: and they have the MZ30 too. Regards
the camera has a short circuit. if the camera got wet or was in very high humidity the flex circuit is shorting . take or send your MZ60 to a camera repair shop for an estimate. if the camera has liquid damage they most likely will not repair it.
however if it's just a component part it's fixable.
the battery drain will worsen as the short increases.
open the film door and check the shutter blades. did you accidentally push the blades in when loading the film? if so take the camera to a camera repair shop, the technician may be able to reset the blades while you wait.
or send it to pentax repair center for an estimate cost to repair.