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Shutter release assembly problem- need replacement

Hello , i'm sakthi murugan from south india, having a f80 nikon 35mm film SLR camera. for the past 3 to 4 months i haven't used it and now the shutter release assembly is struck and the guys in the nikon service center are asking me to write a mail to the company to get a replacement. is there anyother possibilities
please help
sakthi
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Have you tried replacing the batteries?

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