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Cannot get Error to go away

I have changed the battery, tried to load new film, nothing will advance, nothing will take. I've followed trouble shooting in the manual, but nothing works....help, there's no camera repair shop in my town.

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  • Anonymous Sep 12, 2008

    ditto ,,my problem to the tee even the small town



  • Anonymous Mar 31, 2014

    Cannot view pictures and cannot select any menu or shooting options. Camera comes on, pictures appear to be taking, but nothing else seems to work. Have taken out battery and reinserted, but nothing changes

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If it's a D lens or similar, check that the lens is set to its minumum aperture (and locked) - ERR normally means that the lens is not at its minimum aperture.

If your lens is a G lens, then the camera is probably faulty.

Posted on Apr 13, 2009

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