Guide :Photography : Maxxum HTsi Plus 35mm SLR Camera

Film won't adanvce

I purchased the camera used, and put in new batteries. When I first turned the camera on, I got some numbers in the window, then an "err". Now, the film will not advance and the err won't go away. Also, I'm not finding the reset button.

Research, Knowledge and Information :


Canon A1: shutter won't open, film won't advance | Photo.net ...


The title says it all. I was shooting with my A1 today when, after exposing the second frame of the film, I advanced to the next frame only to...
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Film advance lever won't advance... | Photography Forum


...thanks in advance for having patience enough to deal with someone who's too young to have dealt with a film camera before :lol: Here's my experience...
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xg7 film won't advance | Minolta Manual Focus | Flickr


First, take out the film that you have in there. Do this in a totally dark room and put the film in a light proof container ie the black film canister with the grey cap.
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Yashica FR1 - Won't Advance Film • r/analog - reddit.com


I have a Yashica FR1 when you move the lever to advance the film it resists and then makes a grinding noise and nothing inside the back of the...
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Film advancer stuck! Help! | Photography Forum


My Minolta X-700's film advance lever is stuck. It won't turn. I was playing around and testing with the aperture and shutter speed yesterday, and...
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film won't advance; camera doesn't read film type correctly ...


New battery, cleaned contacts doesn't read presence of film; won't advance film; incorrect film type show in function window. - Yashica Camera AF-250
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645 film won't advance - PentaxForums.com


Mar 11, 2016 · Just removed my 1984 Pentax 645 from storage. I thought I'd removed the batteries, but hadn't. One of the AA's leaked. I cleaned up the mess, cleaned
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