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Shackman multishot 102 Polaroid

I NEED TO REPLACE A PART CALLED FILM ROLLER OF THE SHACKMAN MULTISHOT 102. PLEASE HELP IF YOU KNOW WHERE !!! THANK YOU

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Pick up an old Polaroid camera that took 100-series film. The back will contain the film rollers, which are pretty much swappable. Something like a Polaroid Super Swinger III should be cheap and easy to find on ebay.

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