Re: location of rewind pin for nikon n6006 film camera
There is a safety switch to prevent accidental operation. Hold the camera like you are taking a photo. Rotate the camera down so the lense is pointing towards the floor and you are now looking at the bottom of the camera. On the right is a small button. In the middle is a slide switch with an arrow pointing to the left. You need to hold in the button on the right while sliding the switch to the left.
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When you say it was difficult to load film, how was it difficult?
One of the most common mistakes I see people make when they say it was difficult, is they unwittingly shove their finger right through the shutter curtain when trying to load a roll. Since the roll is likely no good at this point anyway, rewind it and open the camera.
Look at the center where you should see what looks like 4--5 horizontal little blades of foil. If these aren't nice and straight, but are crinkled, crumpled, aren't closed, half stuck open, the mirror is stuck open, or any number of other issues - you're toast.
Either consult a qualified repair tech locally if there is one or try somewhere like KEH Camera, you can find them online. If you don't want to repair it, stick it on ebay listing the damage and make $1-2
There is no rewind. When the camera loads the film, it pulls it out all the way. Each time it takes a shot, it rewinds the frame back into the can. At the end of the roll the leader is wound back into the can. As soon as you hear the motor stop, you can just open it and take out the film.