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T90 shutter I just bought a used T90 without batteries, put in new batteries, set up a shot, and the 1/2 click worked fine and gave me the readings and than when I pushed the shutter completely down, nothing. checked my settings and tried again, still nothing, even tried the timer, the 2 second and the 10 second, worked but still did not take the picture. Any ideas?? Tim

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Hi Tim, I had the same problem , I took it to get it repaired & was told that it needed a new shutter solinoid , the repair cost £90 5years ago, you are probably looking at around £140+ today. mine has gone again & I am reluctant to spend that sort of money on it again. If you manage to get it repaired & there are periods of time when you wont be useing it take it out periodicly & just run the shutter a few times, it helps to stop it sticking. Good luck with whatever you decide to do . regards dave.preece@ukonline.co.uk

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