Introduction

Is the gear belt for film winding in your camera broken or has a tear? Try your hand at replacing it to make your camera work again. This guide will explain how to replace the gear belt in a Nikon N80/F80 Camera.

Parts

No parts required.

  1. Make sure the On/Off switch is in the Off position.
    • Make sure the On/Off switch is in the Off position.

  2. Rotate the camera so the bottom plate is accessible. Remove the seven 4.8mm screws on the bottom plate of the camera using a PH00 Phillips screwdriver.
    • Rotate the camera so the bottom plate is accessible.

    • Remove the seven 4.8mm screws on the bottom plate of the camera using a PH00 Phillips screwdriver.

    • Remove the bottom plate.

  3. Free shipping on all orders over $100 or containing a Pro Tech Toolkit!

    Browse Our Store

    Ever fixed something? That’s Genius.

    Share your repair story with #ImAGenius

    We Are All Geniuses

    Share your repair story with #ImAGenius

  4. Remove the eight 4.8mm screws holding on the metal plate. Remove the metal plate.
    • Remove the eight 4.8mm screws holding on the metal plate.

    • Remove the metal plate.

  5. Gently remove the black, rubber gear belt. Discard the old belt responsibly.
    • Gently remove the black, rubber gear belt.

    • Discard the old belt responsibly.

    • Place new belt on.

Conclusion

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

2 other people completed this guide.

Maegan Viloria

Member since: 09/14/2015

639 Reputation

5 Guides authored

Team

CSU Fullerton, Team 1-7, Bruce Fall 2015 Member of CSU Fullerton, Team 1-7, Bruce Fall 2015

CSUF-BRUCE-F15S1G7

3 Members

6 Guides authored

0 Comments

View Statistics:

Past 24 Hours: 0

Past 7 Days: 3

Past 30 Days: 14

All Time: 576