Question about Mamiya Cameras
Hi, I dropped my Mamiya 6 and broken foldable lens holder. I took it to the local photo repair service and they told me that some small leverage is broken .
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Posted on May 08, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is likely because the shutter has not been cocked all the way. Return the lens to the fully locked position and advance the film with the lever all the way down to reset the shutter. If it still doesn't work, move the lever to M for multiple exposure, make sure the back is aligned and trip the shutter release. Then fully **** the shutter again by pressing the advance lever down fully and again until it is reset. Then try to remove the lens again.
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
SOURCE: Plugs for Camry 2000 4 cyl.
The plugs that are supposed to be in a 2000 4 cyl Camry are :
PK20TR11 Toyota P/N 90919-01194
The K16TR11 plugs fit a variety of models.
They are found in the following units:
95/98 T-100 V-6
95-04 Tacoma V-6
00/04 Tundra V-6
There is no question that your dealer installed the wrong plugs.
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Posted on Jan 26, 2009
SOURCE: JBL 410 headphones broken
The same happened to me. JBL says that repair services are not available for this product according to their website. Their suggestion is to buy a new pair!!!!!. What a shame. JBL products are quite good but the post service is ****.
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
Does the aperture work when you turn the ring and push the aperture pin on the mount in? The lens should close down to the set aperture when you do this. If it does, then atleast the lens is useable.
What is missing is the detent for the click stops. This is a spring loaded ball bearing that 'clicks' into notches inside the ring. If this is broken or missing, finding a spring the right size might be a challenge, the ball bearing less so. To remove the ring and base, unscrew 3 screws coinciding with the 3 notches in the back plate, visible when you set the ring to f8. the back should lift off easily. don't lose the screws. The ball bearing, if it is still there, should protrude from a small hole in the lens barrel in line with the f stop index mark on the lens. Good luck.
P.S. The above is based on how my 200mm is designed so I'm making some assumptions that the 135mm is put together much the same.
Posted on Oct 27, 2009
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