Question about Cameras
If the feed is turning freely then there is a broken catch, was anything rattling inside before you opened it up. Sometime when little plastic pieces break they break cleanly and it's difficult to see if something was there before. I would look to eBay for parts or even a dead (electronically) camera that you could pull the parts from. Good Luck!
Posted on Mar 31, 2008
The FT QL came with the quick load feature (QL) and the film advance is controlled by an interneal mechanism ... it can be repaired and is well worth doing so as this is a great little camera .... a common issue is a brocken piece of film getting lodged in the lowere end of the feed mechanism ... check for this and remove anything you find ... otherwise bring it into the shop
Posted on Mar 30, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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