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How do I remove the film door on my Nikon N90

Nikon sent film door replacement you know for the stickly problem free of charge.There were no instructions so, I only see one screw on hinge when door is open. I removed the screw and saw no way to remove door. So whats the trick I'm missing? Hope you can help Thanks for the time.

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You should not have removed the screw. It sticks out for a reason. You push it down to release the top hinge of the door.

Posted on May 07, 2008

Dear Hogn8,
When you say "for the stickly problem" what do you mean? The "sticky" problem, perhaps? Please explain.
The film door on my Nikon N90 has begun deterioating (melting) and I wonder if that's why Nikon replaced your film door for you.
Best, wallah

Posted on Jul 23, 2008

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