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#1 Will Montgomery

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Posted 09 September 2010 - 02:32 PM

Anyone known for fixing Kodak K-100 cameras? I think I may have over-wound the camera. It seemed to be running fine but I think I may have wound it a little too much; went up to the top tension and now it will not run.

Camera is in great shape otherwise.
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#2 David Leugers

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Posted 12 September 2010 - 11:29 PM

Anyone known for fixing Kodak K-100 cameras? I think I may have over-wound the camera. It seemed to be running fine but I think I may have wound it a little too much; went up to the top tension and now it will not run.

Camera is in great shape otherwise.


Will I don't know that much about the K-100, but I have recovered from the same problem with a B+H 70 by using the hand crank to manually run the camera forward a little bit and then the spring motor could do its thing. I seem to recall that the K-100 has an input shaft for a hand crank? Hope it helps.
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