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Mirror lock up

Hello FixYa
Allthough I purchased new batteries the mirror
has locked in the up postion (I tried two new sets of batteries}
I can pull down the mirror manually , it doesn't seem stuck.
I know it is a dinosaur and I have a Digital but I like using the old
camera once in a while.
Any suggestions would be great.
Thanks
Danny

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  • yanos739 Jul 28, 2008

    The camera is a Minolta x-7a

  • yanos739 Jul 28, 2008

    Thank You

    That worked first try.

    The People at Henry's (Kennedy Commons Toronto)

    offered to service it starting at $100.00

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Carefully push the shutter curtain to the rewind side. If you look at the camera from the front with the lens off, push the cloth curtain to the right

Posted on Jul 28, 2008

  • Kevin Pettit
    Kevin Pettit Jul 28, 2008

    Ouch, seems a little steep for an older camera. Glad it worked for you.

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