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Will not load film

Keeps blinking 0 and will not do anything else. Had a new lithium battery put in, and thats when it started.

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    i did the same. put in some rechargable lithiums then it stopped taking pix and rewinding? any ideas?

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Try holding down the ISO buttun, and resetting your ISO with the up/down buttons behind the shutter release. That may help.

-John

Posted on Nov 08, 2008

Is the lithium positive side down?

Posted on Aug 25, 2008

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Instructions


There are two conditions under which a blinking "H" will appear in the
LCD panel: (1) when the film has been loaded incorrectly or (2) when the
camera's self-test process detects an internal malfunction. If a
blinking "H" indication appears, perform the following operations in
attempt to resolve the situation:

1. Rewind and remove the film using the rewind button, then remove the
battery to clear the memory.

2. Clean the contacts at the base of the battery compartment with a
clean pencil eraser to ensure proper contact between the camera and
battery.

3. Replace the battery, power the camera back up1.gif and operate it as if
it had film loaded, pressing the shutter release.

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