Originally Posted by Markster
Heat lamp, blow dryer, or just stick it on a windowsill on a hot day (or stick it on the dash of your car if you're at home, so you won't have folks breaking in to take it).
It also could be some kind of lense issue, but seeing that the public opinion is light leak I'll hold off until you see what results you get with your fix.
Well,I'm not the OP, so I'm not sure what his original problem turned out to be. I found the thread because I absolutely do have a pinhole on the shutter curtain.
I guess, since the camera is probably 50-60 years old, that a little wear is allowed.
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