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My Nikon N60 shows an error code "FEE" when I turn it on. What's it mean; how to fix or get past it? Thanks, Ed

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  • Anonymous Feb 12, 2009

    I HAVE THE SAME PROBLEM, EXCEPT WHEN I READJUSTED THE LENS ON MY CAMERA, IT CHANGED TO SIMPLY F- - ???? CAN'T QUITE FIGURE THIS ONE OUT!!! PLEASE HELP!!



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    TARA

  • jmatheney Apr 24, 2009

    I have same problem and my aperture ring is set to the largest number, locked in. Having this problem when either of my lenses are on. Help.

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This usually happens if the lens you mounted on it has an aperture ring and the aperture is not set to its smallest opening (the largest number)

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