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  1. #11

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    Sometimes you can learn a lot by loading an empty backing paper,and cycling it through the camera,marking each frame with a pencil. There is likely a burr or somesuch on one of the gears.
    Are you certain the insert and magazine are matched? (serial no's). They are matched for calibration at the factory,and are not normally interchangeable.

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    You may also try the empty magazine on the camera and testing the combination that way. The counter still works and you don't have to take anything apart. If it still stops, you can take the side off and watch it as you check it on the camera. There could be a loose bit wandering around it there.
    FWIW both gears of the advance start and stop at the same point in their travel. They make one complete cycle, so it could be in the body too.
    Heavily sedated for your protection.

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