Question about Canon EOS-AE-1 35mm SLR Camera
The lever won't advance and sending it off to get fixed will cost just about how much it would to buy another used one. Do you know a way I can fix this faily cheaply? A camera store once told me that it had to do with an electromagnetic charge in the camera. Thanks for anything you can offer.
Make sure the arm that slides into top of the film canister is engaged all the way. Sometimes, if it doesn't seat properly, it won't hold the film canister tight enough.
Also, check to make sure the little film advance cogs are lined up properly with the holes in the edges of the film. This is the problem 90 percent of the time.
Posted on Mar 04, 2009
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