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Only red light that blinks on that camera is the self timer, Camera is set on SelfTimer mode, change to S or C mode

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Didn't solve the problem but, the camera is a friends and he is going to sell it as an as is auction on e-bay.Thnx anyway.

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Shutter motor is jammed and needs to be replaced.

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SOURCE: Nikon 6006 has stickey shutter. can i fix it?

I would suggest strongly that you don't attempt this. There are still lots independent camera repair people around that can do this work. It requires resetting the light meter and shutter after the shutter service and without the proper tools you'll just ruin the camera. I've seen camera service/repair auctioned on e-Bay for under $100.00 some exotic makes will go higher but the Nikon FA I'd say would go in the $130.00 range. You could also do a Google search for a repair depot, you may be surprised to find someone local to do it as well.

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Nikon 6006 has stickey shutter. can i fix it?


I would suggest strongly that you don't attempt this. There are still lots independent camera repair people around that can do this work. It requires resetting the light meter and shutter after the shutter service and without the proper tools you'll just ruin the camera. I've seen camera service/repair auctioned on e-Bay for under $100.00 some exotic makes will go higher but the Nikon FA I'd say would go in the $130.00 range. You could also do a Google search for a repair depot, you may be surprised to find someone local to do it as well.

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Didn't solve the problem but, the camera is a friends and he is going to sell it as an as is auction on e-bay.Thnx anyway.

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TRy firing the camera in the M90 setting. If it fires properly, use the battery test switch. If the battery LED doesn't light up, replace the batteries (2 MS76 type). The FE requires healthy batteries to operate the shutter. If the meter is calling for a slow shutter speed (low light or lens cap still on?). If the batteries are good, but the shutter still won't fire normally in sufficient light, looks like you're in for a repair shop visit.

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Download the manual from http://www.butkus.org/chinon/nikon.htm and send the guy a contribution.

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