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Rebel EOS Rebel SLR film camera-pictures develop like film was exposed

I recently purchased a Canon EOS Rebel SLR film camera used.  The camera appears to to well taken care of.
I purchased FUJIFILM Xtra 800 speed film. Figuring that 800 was better. I just got started in photography and I am very green. When I got the film developed the first roll came back blank. the second roll about 4 out of 24 pictures developed the rest were blank. Does anyone know what is wrong?

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The shutter is most likely damaged.

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