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My film stop feedinf and now the camera does not do anything the battery is good. the camera turns on

I was loading my film in my camera N55. it stop loading the film on 13 from a 24 exp. then F EE or backwards 3 showed up on the display screen. I have check the battery and I put a new roll and the new roll does not even rewind.please help

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I'm sorry that the Camera is not turning ON. Please follow the below troubleshooting steps and check the operation:
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