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Bought used N70 "err" Help

I bought a used N70 and just purchased new batteries and now when we turned it on I have an "err' and everything flashes. Even when the lens is off I have the same error. Is there some way to reset to original settings or is that not the issue, I also looked when the lens was off and the mirror looked as it was locked in a inverted position.??? What can I do?

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  • asa301 Jan 04, 2009

    I have the same exact problem. I just received my camera from keh.com- It was used but supposedly in "excellent" condition. I'm using 400 TH film. Could this be the problem?? However,similar to the previous post's problem,the  "err" message is present even when the film isn't.

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I have the same problem.... I have a Nikon 80-200 AF Nikkor 1:4.5-5.6D. I installed my Nikon AF Nikkor 28-80mm 1:3.3-5.6 G and still have the problem...

The 28 and 80-200 work well on my Nikon F65.
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