Introduction

Replacing the battery is a very simple task which only requires a spare coin and replacement battery.

Flip the camera so that the bottom is facing you. Take a spare coin and unscrew the battery cover off.
  • Flip the camera so that the bottom is facing you.

  • Take a spare coin and unscrew the battery cover off.

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Remove the batteries, making sure to note their proper alignment.
  • Remove the batteries, making sure to note their proper alignment.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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Hi there, i'm a bit stuck, in my 35mm SLR i was taking a shot and the batteries died, leaving the mirror stuck in the up position, i've changed the batteries and the release for the shutter won't click, i can't advance the film lever and so it's a sitting duck at the moment. They're brand new batteries but because the mirror is up i can't even see if the metering works. because i'm half way through a roll of film i don't want to open the back and ruin it so i'm wondering if there's any way to get the shutter to release again or to get the mirror back down, i don't mind loosing a few blank exposures but again i really wouldn't want to ruin the film. Many thanks and i hope you can get back to me,

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