Question about Nikon FM10 35mm SLR Camera
I've had this camera in the box for a long time. Decided to take it out of box again. I just took the film off the spool because I couldn't get the film to advance. Once I did that, the lever did move and I depressed the shutter. Then it seemed to be frozen up again. Somehow it worked, just like that, one more time, now those parts don't move. I don't know what I did (if anything) to 'solve' the problem one time, and don't know what happened that the problem didn't stay solved. I'm new at this, obviously. Maybe the parts are stiff and maybe not.
How? i have the issue too.
Posted on Sep 08, 2008
How did you fix this i have the same issue
Posted on Jun 24, 2008
The film lever is also a switch. If you had advanced the film lever, **** it outward a little. You will feel the detent click somewhat when doing so. Leave the lever outward and see if the shutter will work. The detent is for appling an closed circuit for the light meter. When the lever is fully pushed back in it shuts the power to the meter on off to conserve battery power
Posted on Jan 01, 2010
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