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I have a Nikon N55 slr camera. It worked fine for a while, I put in new batteries and loaded it with black and white kodak film. It took a few pictures but now when I turn it on it just says error and will not work on any setting. I do not have an owners manual.

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Try opening the film cover in a dark room to see if the filmroll is still engaged with the cogs. it might have come loose.

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