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Can't close door after loading film.

X-Mas I took some fantastic pictures with my camera. I had dificulty
in opening the door to unload my film, but finally suceeded. Then when
I reloaded film, I found that the door would not shut. I have worked with it but with no success. I need help!!!

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Sounds like the door latch broke. (tape) Canon will only replace/upgrade not repair.
ours cracked after a drop then broke replacing the film.

Posted on Feb 15, 2009

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