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I recently purchase what was described as a new (never used) Tamron SP 17mm F/3.5. It came and looked new. When I tried out the lens I found that the shutter would not open. I believe it may have been dropped. There is a loose part inside. I see a set of three screws that I think would open the lens to the shutter compartment. Do you think that the shutter is replaceable or is there a manual someplace that I could look at.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Tamron 28-300 loose lens parts
The way in to this lens is from the rear. You'll need to remove the trim ring inside the mount and free the electronic connector from the mount ring before you remove the mount ring itself.
Posted on Jan 19, 2008
I Have a problem qith the Tamron 28-75Aspherical Lens XR Di for Canon mount. Just make a strange sound like to power on the iris motor when you insert the lens to the camera body. I just disarmed totally it, but the problmes seems to be with the electronics parts.
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Posted on Mar 24, 2011
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