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The mode dial is hard to be rotated.

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The mode dial is hard to be rotated. Please tell how to fix this problem?
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You do not say what model, but it is common on the 'Z' range. The cover needs to be removed and the click spring weakend a liitle, or the dial may be worn and needs to be replaced.

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