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The Nikon D40 was released in 2006 as an entry level DSLR.

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Shutter release not working?

My camera just kept in my drawer for quite longer after using it. When i have to used it again in one occasion, the shutter released was stock. i have tried some cleaning, and checking the shutter release but it does'nt helped me. I need some advice from anybody regarding my problem.

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u got it resolved at mata electronics in bangalore thannxx.contact the at mataelectronics@Gmail.com

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I had a D40X with the same problem. Nikon were not interested even though it was just a month out of warranty. No goodwill offered. My local repair shop told me it is a common problem with these and I ended up with a new shutter.

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when taking a picture it will not display on the screen

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I had a similar problem with either my D40 and I think again with a D60 Nikon DSLR and I was told, or figured out that the shutter actuator rod (Don’t quote on name) which is a plastic rod that runs from the shutter button. inside the space where grip is, and they very often go bad. With mine the shutter button just didn’t move at all. (couldn’t push down). I believe, That rod connects to an electrical switch that actually trips the shutter.

The camera shop I asked about this problem said they had to send to Nikon to get it fixed when it seems fairly straight forward to fix, except taking apart a SLR or a DSLR can be tricky because you have to disconnect some other parts to remove the housings from each other to get into where this part is located. So, take heed and look at as many repair tutorials or answers as possible to be able to correctly disassemble a camera, and take note of everything you do in disassemble to be able to reassemble and the camera actually get fixed and work.

I am doing a glass screen replacement on an older Macbook mid-2009 and am ordering the $59 tool kit from this site, and I am sure that will be a help in fixing a lot of things. Oh, that shutter problem I had was many years ago and needless to say I didn’t have the problem fixed by Nikon since it was going to cost over $200 to fix. I think I still have my camera and with this tool kit, looking up what I can on the internet, I am going to try to fix that camera. I don’t know if Nikon sells parts to the general public, but I wouldn’t want plastic again anyway, so I may have to make shift the rod out of another material. Will post something about trying to fix it, and whether I am able to accomplish the task. Computer screen too.

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