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I've got Nikon F65. I cannot load film. The motor which load up the film doesn't move at all. Please help!

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My Nikon 35Ti film has same problem a repair part is needed 1s020-105 main PCB -no new part is available from Nikon! have to find on secondary market ! I'm looking too !

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I don't know this model but you can try this.Drop the film canister in and pull the film strip out and place on the film advance sprocket.Rotate the sprocket by hand/thumb until film is seated (1 turn). If the auto feed is working you will be OK. 2 other things ,1 of course load film in dark area, 2 check the batteries on the camera first, if they are week your film advance wont work ,Good Luck.

Posted on Jul 29, 2011

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