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I HAVE A MINOLTA 5000 AND THE AUTOMATIC REWINDER WILL NOT WORK OR INGAGE

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Most prob dat has resulted from a hard shock..to the camera..or dust accumulation..get it opened and chk for it ..also there is a spring mechanism to activate the auto rewind..so the prob might be dere with the spring getting weary or jamming...open the camera at ur own risk or btttr get it dun by an xpert .

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