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Rewinding the film

I believe i finish taking pictures with the film. Yet the film is not rewinding on its own. What do i do?

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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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