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I HAVE A CANON AND WHEN I TRIED TO PRESS THE BUTTON TO TAKE THE PICTURE IT SEEMS THE SHUTTER GOT LOCKED AND COULD NOT USE THE LEVER TO TURN TO THE NEXT PICTURE. I THOUGHT MAYBE IT WAS BATTERY NEEDED SO I REPLACED THE BATTERY AND STILL IT WILL NOT UNLEASE - HELP

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Film camera I assume?
Sounds like the end of the roll to me or it may be off track.
Remove and replace film with NEW roll. While its empty (and open) you might try the shutter release button and watch the shutter (it is very fast so hold it up to light) to see if it is working.

Posted on Aug 13, 2008

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