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My camera is showing an error code. How do I trouble shoot

When I loaded a roll of film, the read out gave me an E Error code. Any suggestions on how to trouble shoot this? I removed the film and I still get the error.

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Normally this problem comes when the apparture selector ring is not sat to highest appartutr. i.e. f22 or whatever highest apparture available with the lense. just lock it there .

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