Section Adjustments In The Mirror Assembly

It's rarely necessary to make the mirror-housing acquitments. However, if you replace parts, check the following 1. Overtravel. S.AVE control lever Cock the mirror assembly and hold the main chai*e lever fully advanced (as far as it will go in a counterclockwise direction as seen from the bottom). There should be a space gap of at least 0.5mm between the top step of the control-lever latch and the S.AVE control lever. Fig. 49. Adjust by turning the eccentric on the S.AVE reset lever, Fig. 46....

Section Specifications And Operation

Exposure Preview Switch Canon

TYPE Electronically controlled 35mm SLR with choice of three operation modes program automatic shutter speed and diaphragm opening , shutter-speed preferred, and manual. To ret the program mode, turn the diaphragm-setting ring to auto and set the speed knob to program. The ttPM LED in the finder should turn on when you depress the release button part way. At ASA 100, the programmed mode goes from EVI f M, 1 second to EV18 F 16, 1000 . For shutter-speed preferred, leave the lens at auto and...

Seat the frontplatemirrorhousing assembly

Canon Ae1 Battery

Check to make lure the end of the mirror-lifting lever is to the outside of the MG3-armature spring between the spring and the tripod socket . 7. Hold the mirror housing in position as you cock the shutter. The wind lever should latch after the cocking stroke. If you can continue advancing the wind lever, the mirror housing hasnt seated properly. 8. install the two locating screws in ihe front plate. Then replace the remaining front-plate screws and the two screws by the eyepiece. 9. Route the...

Section Operation Of The Mirror Assembly

The mirror operation is nearly identical to that in other A-series Canons. Cock the mirror by pushing the main charge lever. Fig. 44, in a counterclockwise direction. The MCI armature now moves against the core of the diaphragm-control magnet. Unlike the early AE-Ts, the diaphragm-control magnet in the AE-l Program has a white plastic cover. The parts around MG1 have been treated with an oil dispcrsant to reduce oil contamination on the magnet interface. Oil on MG1 causcs the lens to program...

The battery before unsoldering

Canon Troubleshooting

Peel off the right and left front sections of leatherette, Fig. 35. 2. Remove the cover plate at the rewind side of the camera body I short screw in front, 2 longer screws at the end of the camera body . Caution The spaccrs for the back latch will be loose, Fig. 36. when you remove the cover plate. You can hold the spacers collars in place by temporarily replacing the cover-plate end screws as shown in Fig. 36. 3. Unfold the scction of flex circuit covering the MG1 connections, Fig. 37. 4....

Check Procedure

MG2 Close SWl and short between ground and the MG2 signal lead, Fig. 90. The shutter should release. If it doesn't, check MG2 for an open coil or dirty armature core interface. Coil resistance measured between two MG2 connections at bottom of flex 90 2 Continuity. MG2 to ICI Close SWl and short pin l9of ICl to ground. The shutter should release. If not, retouch the solder at pin 19. Check for an open between pin 19 and MG2. MG3 Check the voltage at each lead of MG3 with SWi closed. If you...

Now In Fig wc have removed ihe insulating

Disassemble Canon Program

Tape from the bottom of the flex circuit. Removing the insulating tape allows access to the circuit-test points. But be sure to replace the insulating tape. Fig. 5, before installing the bottom cover. Otherwise, the bottom cover may short the circuit to ground. As the connecting lever charges the release magnet MG2, it also charge the mirror. A post on th lt connecting lever extends through a slot in the bottom of the body casting to engage the mirror-cocking mechanism. From the bottom of the...

Sequence to remove the mirror mechanism

Repair Mirrors Eos 450d

Peel back the cemented light trap at the back of the mirror housing to reach the mirror-return spring. Fig. 51. 2. The short end of the mirror-return spring hooks under the lip of the mirror housing. Fig. 51 the long end hooks to a post at the front of the mirror bracket. Disconnect the short end of the mirror-return spring by working through the cutout in the mirror housing. Fig. 51. Move the short end toward the cutout. Then allow the short end to pass through the cutout to the back of the...

Section Shutter Operation

To cock the shutter, you can use your thumb to rotate the first-curtain roller. Fig. 80. Turning the first-curtain roller draws both curtains to the cocked position. The curtain should overlap by one bar width i.5-3.0nim . The curtains remain in the cocked position when the first curtain latch engages the first-curtain gear, Fig. 81. If you now push in the first-curtais latch, both curtains will cross the aperture together. You can release the curtains individually by holding the MG3 armature...

Detent

Figure 64 Electrtc Paris Unit CGt-0124-000 9. Unsolder ihe SW5 wire contact from the top of the flex. Fig. 62. Remove the S W5 wire contact to prevent loss. 10. Remove the SPD cover, Fig. 20. and lift out the section of flex containing IC4, Fig. 26. 11. Remove the shutter wiper by taking out its center screw, Fig. 62. 12. Remove the 3 screws holding the TV contact plate, Fig. 62. 13. Hold aside the detent. Fig. 62, and lift off ihe SL wiper. 14. Remove the 3 screws holding the SL board. Fig....