I've hunted the usual places as well as the discussions here but i'm having no luck, apologies if this is mentioned in another discussion and i'm just dragging it back up again!
I recently got a beautiful condition protor-press shutter with a 127mm rodenstock lens.
I dont have a photo of the shutter yet but its exactly like this one....
Everything is fine except when i opened the aperture up all the way i noticed one of the shutter blades has slipped, i can see when looking in the back that one of the 6 blades is sitting off to the side and on top of two other blades.
I have had a quote to get it professionally fixed but as i don't have a huge budget the cost is something i cant afford right now or in the near future so i am considering looking into it myself.
I may be mad yes but i've always pulled things to bits and am quite good with fiddly items so i'm hoping i can do it without causing any damage.
I was wondering if anyone has service doco for a prontor press or maybe a webpage with some instructions on how to get to the shutter blades?
I can see that the aperture blades are behind the shutter blades so am guessing that going in through the front is going to be easier then through the back. That said i cant see any way to take the front off only the 4 screws on the back that can be removed.
Any help or links to pages with info would be hugely appreciated