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D 70 blocking diafragma

I have a problem with my nikon camera, d 70, when i take a picture it often blocks, the diafragma opens up and when it closes again it doesn t close entirely, then the camera shuts down, i have to take out the battery and start it again, then when i press the button the shutter closes again, this is starting to happen way to often and it takes a while before i can use it again, do u know what may cause this problem, hopefully u know a solution for this problem,
is it possible to send me a reply on this address stef.boey@telenet.be

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Have you tried looking inside the camera with the lens removed?

Check to see if the shutter fully operates and the mirror is jamming on return or if it is in fact the shutter.

Both faults will require a service, the shutter is impossible for a tinkerer to replace/service and the mirror jamming error is equally tricky.

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