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Flashing square, pix # and 2 underscores

We get a flashing square followed by 2 underscores and the pix # flashes, and unable to take another picture...we cannot find our manual. Help, what does this mean?

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According to the manual this looks like the batteries died during rewind. You'll need to replace them or recharge them, then power the camera back on and re-initiate the film rewind process

You can find a link to the manual at this address:
http://www.butkus.org/chinon/nikon/nikon_f65_65d/nikon_f65_65d.htm

Posted on Dec 18, 2008

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If this happens without flash I would suggest you contact Nikon for a CLA, (Clean Lube Adjust).
The following I have mentioned to others: These cameras are worth $90 and less. As you can see it would cost more to have them fixed than to purchase a used N2000.
Look at http://www.keh.com, they are the largest used camera company in the USA if not the world. They are in the Atlanta Metro area. Having purchased many items from them I am a very satisfied customer.

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The pop-up flash has two legs. Look at the pivot point of the right leg (”right” when looking into the lens). Just in front of the pivot is a very small spring-load pin on the “roof” of the camera body.
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Fix: Take a small jeweler’s screwdriver and dip the tip in isopropyl alcohol. (Don’t use any other solvent unless it’s designed for cleaning electronic parts!) Then touch the screwdriver tip to the pin. Do this several times until the pin area is nicely wet. Then push the pin up and down until it is able to spring up quickly.

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