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Unfully picture when its print

I have Nikon F80D, and I'm new with this camera, every time I use this camera the result is not satisfied, because when I print the result theres a black line in the top of print paper, its like that the camera didnt shoot it fully. could you help me?

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If the black line is also on the film, then most likely the problem is in the shutter curtains. I think one of tem is stuck. You can check it by putting the camera on to manual mode and setting the shutter speed to 5-30sec and pressing the shutterbutton while the back cover is open. That way you can see wheter one of the curtains stays in front of the film or not.

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