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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom1956 View Post
    The OP does bring up an interesting question. I have 2 Nikkormats. I'd be interested in finding some service information on these shutters, myself.
    http://www.konicaphil.de/konicaphil1...e%20Manual.pdf

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    Also: http://nikonrepairmanuals.blogspot.com/ As I remember, getting the shutter out of the camera is a fairly big job by itself. I 've done it exactly once, about 5 years ago - not to service the shutter but to remove a fragment of film.

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    This page may be less frustrating than that page: http://cameraobscura.zenfolio.com/downloads

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    Quote Originally Posted by E. von Hoegh View Post
    Also: http://nikonrepairmanuals.blogspot.com/ As I remember, getting the shutter out of the camera is a fairly big job by itself. I 've done it exactly once, about 5 years ago - not to service the shutter but to remove a fragment of film.
    I have removed and installed these shutters. It's not really so bad. Yeah it's a pretty total disassembly, but I was surprised how I could get the camera popped apart in short order. One of my Nikkormats, my FT2 I build out of a box of junk Nikkormats I stole off EBAY.
    Thanks, men, for the paperwork.

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    幸運

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrianShaw View Post
    幸運
    I see those Chinese-y looking symbols on my computer lots of times, but don't understand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom1956 View Post
    I have removed and installed these shutters. It's not really so bad. Yeah it's a pretty total disassembly, but I was surprised how I could get the camera popped apart in short order. One of my Nikkormats, my FT2 I build out of a box of junk Nikkormats I stole off EBAY.
    Thanks, men, for the paperwork.
    Thanks, Henry, for confirming my faith in you! I just knew that you'd know all about these things, and it wouldn't be any major yank for a skilled and talented operator such as your wonderful self. I'm certain that when you are done, yours will be working perfectly, O guru of all that is skill and perfection!
    P.S. Mind those washers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom1956 View Post
    I see those Chinese-y looking symbols on my computer lots of times, but don't understand.
    Han Chinese for "Lucky"

    I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by E. von Hoegh View Post
    Thanks, Henry, for confirming my faith in you! I just knew that you'd know all about these things, and it wouldn't be any major yank for a skilled and talented operator such as your wonderful self. I'm certain that when you are done, yours will be working perfectly, O guru of all that is skill and perfection!
    P.S. Mind those washers.
    Man, you just don't like me at all. Yeah, I've taken them out and put them in, but haven't a clue as to how to actually work on the shutter. And certainly don't have the test equipment to get curtain times right. I just figured if I saw to a little proper lubrication and didn't tinker with the settings, that speeds might come back to par, just from that.
    But my FTn is dead on the money and has never been opened. At least it's accurate by my knucklehead home made shutter tester, which is not even for FP shutters, really.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom1956 View Post
    Man, you just don't like me at all. Yeah, I've taken them out and put them in, but haven't a clue as to how to actually work on the shutter. And certainly don't have the test equipment to get curtain times right. I just figured if I saw to a little proper lubrication and didn't tinker with the settings, that speeds might come back to par, just from that.
    But my FTn is dead on the money and has never been opened. At least it's accurate by my knucklehead home made shutter tester, which is not even for FP shutters, really.
    Wrong yet again, O guru.
    I don't even know you. But you sure come across as a loud, arrogant, and conceited blowhard, and I don't like that.

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