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    Kimberly Anderson's Avatar
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    Tell me more about the 'soft-jam' and the 'hard-jam'. I am working with some Hassy 500c's and 500cm's and I would love to get a few tips from you veterans.

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    Declan is based on Sundrive road on the southside. I think Alan is based in Artane on the northside but you would need to ring and check.

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    http://cesarigd.club.fr/photoe2b.htm

    That's the link I found handiest the first time I had any problem with jamming - The tool that Hasselblad (And other 3rd party producers) make for fixing the soft jam can easily be made yourself with the right sized screwdriver and some shrink wrap - The shrink wrap ain't essential, but comes in handy if you don't want dents inside your camera or the screwdriver slipping past and putting a nasty little bit of damage into your glass!

    A hard jam requires a bit more work (As I found out). Having a screwdriver or multitool in your bag can be a lifesaver if any situation arises!

    If you're morbidly curious, it's worth popping open the 'bonnet' and seeing how it works!

    Cheers for that Martin, very handy to know!

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