The film will not rewind on its own. If you turn the camera over you will see a small slide switch with a small button next to it. Push the button in and slide the switch at the same time, the film should then rewind. Also the camera must be in the on mode.
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To open back cover lift knob on top of camera ( this knob has a small arm that unfolds - used in rewinding). Once open you will see which side is the film side ( under this knob) and the take up side. On the film side raise the knob again in order to insert film case, the top of this should flip over later used to rewind film. with film trail out toward back of camera. Now push the knob down. Film should only be loaded one way so the knob can be lowered into film canister. Lower knob and Film canister is now secure. Next thread film leader onto take up spool. Some times these have a slot , but most Just have the teeth that fit the film edge.thread the film into slot then unto teeth. You will need to use film advance arm (There should be an arm on the top opposite side of film knob) you would move that would advance film. as you move this arm ( with cover open ) film holes should engage the teeth on bottom and top. ( if you can't advance after 1 or 2 advance arm swings) press take picture button ( releases springs). continue until film is captured top and bottom. Use the film spool knob gently wind film back into canniester until snug don't over wind. Close cover, take a picture with lens cap on, repeat that. As you wind ,the film cartridge knob should rotate. You are not wasting pictures film was designed for this waste. you should know how many photos were on film 12/24/36 pictures. you may have a knob to set to that number. When your ready to remove film ,push silver button on bottom and use winder handle ,rotating until free and easy. Open cover mention earlier. wow can't believe I remembered all that and hope that helps.
Sounds like the shutter has not fully cocked, which often happens when you get to the end of a film and the film advance won't move on a full frame. Try the film rewind crank(gently). If it is not able to turn either way, then you have used up a film and have to rewind it and remove it from the camera. You will then be able to advance the film wind lever to finish cocking the shutter and it will fire as normal.
The frame counter will read at least the number of frames the film should have. If the camera will no longer 'fire', the film has probably come to an end. Rewind the film and take it out normally. You'll notice if the film is no completely exposed since the rewind time is relatevily short. Anyway, it's better to have a few pictures than no pictures at all.
Have you tried taking just one more pic to see if that triggers the rewind? If that didn't work, most film cameras have a rewind button. Usually on the bottom of camera. If you still can't get your film to rewind, take camera to your nearest photo finisher. They should have a dark box; they can remove your film manually.
The film is either at the end or stuck. The shutter will not release unless the film advance lever has gone all the way and back. Make a note of the frame counter. Rewind the film and remove it from the camera (When you feel the film to come loose from the receiving spool, stop rewinding to prevent the end of the film to disappear inside the can. This way you can reload it if it was stuck in the middle.) If the film was completely exposed, take it to be developed. With the empty camera, try to advance the lever and release the shutter. If this works, the problem was the film and not the camera. Everything is fine. If the problem persists, take it to be repaired. If the film was stuck in the middle, load it again into the camera. With the lense cap on (preferably in a dark room or similar) 'shoot' as many 'empty' frames as you had on the counter plus two more. Finish the film and develop the pictures. If the film stucks again at the same place, rewind it and develop normally. It was a bad film. Hope this helped you to solve the problem.
I have used left/right as if you are holding the camera ready to take pictures. I have included the instructions to rewind the finished film.
!/ Press and hold the film rewind button button on the right side of the camera base. 2/ Fold out the rewind crank top left of camera and turn it in the direction of the arrow. 3/ Once the pressure eases, the film is completely wound into the cassette. 4/ Lift up the film rewind knob top left of camera and pull it out to open the back cover. Now the film cassette can be taken out. 5/ Do this in a place away from direct sunlight.
It sounds like you have a jam.
When you have finished taking shots and have used all the film, you must press the film-rewind button on the underside of the camera; this does not rewind the film, but allows you to commence the next step.
Once you have done this, flip up the rewind-crank on the top left hand side of the camera. It is situated on top of the film speed dial. turn this clockwise until all the film is back in its cartridge.
You should now be able to open the back of the camera.
I hope you have fun with your t50!
be sure batteries are good. pull up on the rewind knob to open film door. load film ,push down rewind knob. pull enough film to connect to take-up spool. close film door. advance film to counter # 1. look through finder and set meter ( push shutter button to turn on meter ) focus subject and fire shutter repeat to end of film. push rewind button ( bottom of camera ) rewind film.
remove lens by pushing button and turn lens left to remove.
Transport mechanism problem; the drag on the film as it is being pulled by the transport motor triggers the rewind mechanism and your camera rewinds the film.
Remedy : remove bottom cover and clean loose dirt and anything foreign out of the visible gear-train. Assemble and try again.