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Sounds as though the fist thing I would do is check the batteries. Also, if the batteries are good then check the battery holder for corrosion. Are you using the small battery holder or the MB15. Sometimes folks do not have the MB-15 screwed in tight.

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http://safemanuals.com/annexe_INSTRUCTION%20MANUAL_NIKON_F100-_E.htm

on page 101 (Troubleshooting) it mentions the Err message, and the shutter again to release it - According to the guide its a Refer Nikon Service Centre issue.

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