Question about Canon EOS-AE-1 35mm SLR Camera
This is an intermittent problem, happens once very ten times film is advanced. I'm testing the camera empty with new battery. I have read something about the shutter magnets possibly being the cause. Can I get more details, a procedure? Is there pictures/schematics of the area needing fixing out there that may help? Anything else to clean when I have it open? THANKS!
No need to look at the schematics. It only will give you a little headache. Replace Shutter release magnet (MG#3). While winding stage the Mg#3 suppose to catch the lever and any dirt or particle may prevent it. Clean it and it shoud take care of the problem. Good Luck -James. For further assistance email, go to www.camerarepairjapan.com
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