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I push the rewind button and crank yet the film does not rewind. two seperate times the film came out of the canister. what am i doing wrong

I push the rewind button and crank yet the film does not rewind. two seperate times the film came out of the canister. hat am i doing wrong?

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Make sure to press the rewind button hard enough.

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