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I would like to change the exposure default to Manual, instead of Auto. How do I get into the default settings, and do this?

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Your machine is old analague and a few years old now.It should be no problem changing.If your exposure settings are out it may be drum wear but more often or not all mirrors needing good clean.
Off top of head....M/c off..hold down 0and 8 numerics and power on...AD or AJ on display.punch in 15 and press print..... should read 00 on display... punch in01 and press green print button..press 09 and m/c ready to go if not switch off and on.
If unhappy with auto expose or manual middle expose...0+5 power on...AD or AJ on display,punch in 0+1 then print key opens exposure....pressing 1 increases light each press,,,try poss.10 times and print after to load.. and 7 decreases light to darken then print to change value. 0+9 together will get m/c to ready please try, all the best.

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