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Not winding on

Out using the camera today just suddenly stopped winding on half way through a film, just seems to have jammed up solid??

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Are you in a humid climate? take out nthe battery and clean with a dry cloth. if no good press the camera against your body and take a few shots-a waste but checks the wind on.

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First thing to check with this is are we are talking about the correct part of the camera, the rewind lever on this model is on the left hand side (as you look through the camera), make sure you have raised the rewind crank arm (small plastic arm) out of the central knob, then looking on the bottom of the camera you should find a recess with a chrome button in it, push this button in, it releases the wind on mechanism, you should now be able to rewind the film using the crank, make sure you follow the direction of the arrow on the arm otherwise you will wind the film into the canister backwards, this will make it very stiff to wind and maybe scratch the film, plus you processor will not like you for this either.

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