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    Exclamation shutter and display problem with d60

    So, the whole reason i joined this forum is to ask this question. hope i can get some help!i have a d60 whose shutter button kind of got stuck.I think sand from the beach got stuck in it or someone pressed it too hard, like it's half way in. it's working but because of the not fully unstuck button, the display has gone blank, and i can't view the image i clicked at all unless i hook up my camera to a laptop.please let me know what i should do for this!


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    Re: shutter and display problem with d60

    Quote Originally Posted by Fatima9518 View Post
    So, the whole reason i joined this forum is to ask this question. hope i can get some help!i have a d60 whose shutter button kind of got stuck.I think sand from the beach got stuck in it or someone pressed it too hard, like it's half way in. it's working but because of the not fully unstuck button, the display has gone blank, and i can't view the image i clicked at all unless i hook up my camera to a laptop.please let me know what i should do for this!
    Some issues require the assistance of a professional. This sounds like one of those issues. The body is so old there are no warranty issues to be concerned with so you don't have to send it to Nikon, though you can, of course. If it were me, I'd do some searching on Google to see if I could find a camera repair shop close by.

    Or... You could use this as an excuse to upgrade your camera.
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    Re: shutter and display problem with d60

    Welcome aboard. Enjoy the ride.

    I agree with the above post. Hope you stay around on this forum. It has a lot going on.
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