I also have a 360 and have removed the spring, but left the timer. For added measure, which I read about on another site a few years ago, I unlatch film door just so it pops up slightly and while holding so it doesn't flop open, I pull the white tab. When film tab exits slot, I then snap door closed, and pull film out. I do this for the first couple shots, allowing the remaining to function properly. I've also lubed the roller spindles so they turn more freely. This method has been working fine for the past few years until recently, when the first exposure, which was fine, apparently left quite a bit of goop on the rollers. Several days later the second shot jammed because of the now dried goop between the rollers. This was the first time this had happened. Keep those rollers clean.
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