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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It may be because the film chemistry is not being activated in that area. As the film is ejected it gets suqeezed to spread the chemistry thru the whole picture for developing. Try a bit of manual rubbing on the back of the picture, from the bottom (thick border) to the top, as soon as it is ejected.
Posted on Nov 06, 2010
SOURCE: I have a Fuji Instax
The same thing happened to me. Make sure that the mechanism arm on the inside that pushes the picture up is connected with the metal piece on the right hand side. The two can come loose allowing the metal piece to not bring the arm with it when you take a picture. Also the roller could have fallen down a bit. From the inside, press the roller up (it will click when it is in the right spot). The roller should be even all the way across and pushed all the way to the top of the camera.
I hope this helps if you haven't been able to fix it already.
(When all else fails, try changing the batteries.)
Posted on Nov 24, 2010
There several products that clamps a camera to a mini tripod.
I suggest you Google search the Internet for these products.
Posted on Jul 16, 2012
Put a bit of gaffer tape across the batteries, so they don't fall out, and to ensure they are making contact.
Posted on Apr 09, 2017
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