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Olympus is-50 I cannot load the film. I get the film into the camera close the back and the flm rewinds help

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It sounds like the rewind button on the bottom might be stuck. Refer to page 10 of the user guide and check it with a pencil tip to make sure its not stuck in the pressed position

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