Question about Cameras
I understand that the f-- problem may be associated with lense contacts.
A commonly used successful solution is to remove the lense from the body and then refit it. If you do this a few times it should clear the problem. If it doesn't, get a cotton bud moisten with a tiny, tiny drop of alcohol and clean the contacts then refit the lense. It's worth trying anyway :-)
Posted on Mar 04, 2008
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