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Polaroid DMP 1246 camera - not spooling in paper.

I am currently in West Africa and my camera is not spooling the photographic paper into print the portraits, all the other functions seem to be working ok, i think there maybe a small band broken internally.

can you advise on this and if you have heard of similar problems?

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Please contact www.polaroid-ips.eu

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