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I'm getting an FEE symbol on the window when I turn the camera on and ready to take a picure.Nothing happens. No click. This an N65 Nikon not a digital

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  • colettekm Jun 24, 2008

    the battery is half full. Ican change it. I have taken 23 pictures. I have the dial set at auto

  • colettekm Jun 24, 2008

    The solution given did not work Please send the ploblem to another expert.

  • colettekm Jun 27, 2008

    Thank you very much. I took out the film/ changed the batteries.The error sign did not go away. I then went to Best Buy store that carry Nikon camera and asked for help. A young seller in the store readjusted the lense and took care of my problem. Thank for your help

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You need to push the aperture lens all of the way down and this should fix your problem. If it won't go down by pushing then you can remove your lens, turn the aperture ring all the way down to the smallest stop, which is the largest number on that ring. The ring should be next to the camera, right where the lens meets the camera.
Reattach the lens, and that should fix it.


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Hello,

Most likely camera got error through it mechanical disallignment or low battery. or maybe the film inside misplace. try to align the film and then change battery with the specified one.

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Try this take out the battery for about 10 minutes put it back and press the power on 15 seconds,.this problem of yours is to need to reset your camera,go to menu and find factory default setting..

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    If you take the battery its okey there nothing happens to your 23 pictures it remained in the memory card and if you doubt it transfer it to your pc for safety. Then do the procedure ive said above by taking the battery.Start the camera without a memory card inside and go to view picture ,see if the FEE still there..

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Set the lens aperture ring to the minimum aperture (usually f22) and lock it there. The "fEE" error message should disappear and the shutter should "unlock".

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You will need to go into more detail.
Do you have film loaded and how many shots have you taken.
Is this equipped with a motor drive? Are the batteries fresh?

Please be specific and detailed.
Thanks,
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Posted on Jun 24, 2008

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