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How do I remove change battery door on nikon n70?

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Whell it should come off when you try to push and then tier it site ways. dont know which way.

Posted on Jun 01, 2009

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I have the same problem. An N70 with the err message. If the rewind buttons are pressed (without any film in the camera) the camera tries to rewind but will only stop if the back is opened. I tried...


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In Manual exposure mode, you can change the shutter speed by turning the command dial on the back of the camera.

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Usually on this level Nikon it was a plastic "hook", part of the door moulding, that was retained by the latch mechanism in the body. The broken part may still be in there - if it is trip the latch and recover it with a tiny screwdriver or even a needle. If you can't find a replacement back door you can try welding the hook back in place with a low-temperature soldering iron - with the tip perfectly clean and a very steady hand - as long as the door is thermoplastic and not thermosetting. If that doesn't work bend a paperclip or similar to exactly the right shape with the free ends (roughened) long enough to extend into the plastic of the door by 4-5mm., heat the wire and push slowly into the edge of the door. There are many variations of this technique that I've used, all require extremely careful work! Best tip: spend more time thinking than doing. Good luck.

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Film door on Nikon N70 will not latch! It does not appear to broken. I'm not sure whats wrong?


There is a little spring inside the door latch that moves when you slide cover switch. The spring may be worn out or fallen off. The only way to truely tell is to dismantle the door and switch

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First you end all of your running programs, then switch off your N70 mobile. to remove the battery on backside bottom of mobile there is one button , press that button and pull the shutter it will open. Now enjoy taking the battery out anytime.

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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...

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