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Shutter Disabled My Nikon D40 shutter is disabled..the message on the camera says shutter disabled recharge battery. My battery is good and charged and for giggles i bought a brand new battery and charged it and still same problem. i know the batterys are fine cause i can keep camera on forever and review pictures and never dies out but the Batt light keeps blinking low battery..

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I was quated £250 to replace a buckled shutter unit can this be done any cheaper

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Shutter release disabled recharge battery


If you are using the same battery, it could be it has reached the end of life. The charger can indicate the battery is fully charged, because the voltage has reached a correct level, but still the battery can have one or more bad cells. So as soon as you start using the battery, it can lose enough energy to give this nasty message. If you put in another battery and still have the same message, there must be a serious problem in the camera.
To check your battery, just after the camera has given this message, with a multi meter. You will see the voltage has dropped at least 1,2 volt beneath the voltage printed on the battery. The typical 7 volt Nikon battery, will give 8 volt on the multi meter. But placed in the camera it will drop to 7 volt. If the multi meter reading is less then 7 volt it has at least one bad cell and should be replaced.

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sometime if the battery is dead it still shown fully charge on the charger, try change another battery or with new one.

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A couple of things to try, and if these don't work you will probably need to have it serviced.

1. There is a reset button which may fix it. It's described on the first page of "Troubleshooting" in your manual. The camera diagrams at the front of your manual will help you find it, near the connector cover.

2. If it doesn't work after the reset button, pull the battery out and leave it out for two days, then put it back and try again.

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Can you explain more please ?

The Nikon D40 does not have shutter release or as known cable release, but does have a wireless remote control release.

If the shutter is not working properly....

Remove the battery and reinsert.
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I had the same error message, the camera is less then a year old, however, I was taking up to 800 pictires every weekend of my kids soccer games, then a 6 month trip to the Pursian Gulf, that is when it started, I got back home, took it right in, and one year later after a few visits and calls trying to find out where my camera was, I finally got an answer back, they said I needed a new shutter which will cost $300, They said I should just by a new body for $400. What Nikon does is set that error message to pop up at about 35000 shutter releases, and you can't do a thing about it, once they hooked my camera up to thier system the said I had over 36000 shutter releases, where the average person takes 10000 a year and they want you to replace the body every 3 years....so before buying any camera, always check out how many shutter releases you can get when you buy a camera

Rob Smith
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