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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Yes. I am not sure that you can do it yourself. It depends how handy you are with fiddly mechanical things. Any camera shop ought to be able to put it right.
I believe that you have simply unscrewed the crank by winding it in the wrong direction. It will screw back on, but you will need to open the camera to get hold of the internal part that it screws on to (the bit that fits into the film canister). This will need to be pushed upwards in its socket to allow you to get the crank started on the threads on the top of the shaft, and you will need to put the end of a screwdriver or something through the slot to get leverage when you come to tightening the crank the last bit.
If you heven't rewound the film yet, then open the camera in complete dark and rewind the film into the canister by hand. I usually do this in a darkened room under a bed quilt.
Posted on Nov 03, 2010
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