Question about Cameras
Your only fix for this is to replace the camera. The faults you describe indicate a main circuit board failure and it's simply not economic to repair.
The spare boards are long discontinued (the camera is nearly thirty years old) and you can buy a replacement T70 body realistically for between £5 and £20 on auction websites which is far less than the repair costs if you were lucky enough to find a spare board. In reality, the camera is usually a free item attached to whatever lens it comes with (a typical recent example is item number 110487194549 .
As they're effectively worthless, they do also turn up on FreeCycle occasionally.
Sorry that I cannot offer you a quick fix, but hopefully I've saved you the time and worthless expense of repairing your camera. All that I ask in return is that you return the favour by rating my answer.
Posted on Feb 05, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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