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Can not remove film tray from scanner . Film tray is stuck

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I have turned off the power and then used a wire hook manufactured out of a coat hanger to pull it out. My problem is not with it getting caught but with trouble locking the film in place. Any problem or solution for that?

Posted on May 27, 2010

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