This camera had one issue … the self timer lever got loose and fell into the body of the lens, which cause other things to jam up. So now time to get to the shutter mechanism.
Tools, well you should be able to figure that out by now.
Warning … there are many unsecured things in this complicated shutter!!
As I swore about before … the first thing to remove is the nameplate. On this particular version the nameplate is glued on … you might find a model that has this as a threaded ring, so check before spending the next hour trying to get it off.
So after prying it off (without bending it) you can now unscrew the front group of elements with your spanner wrench.
Under that you will see three screws that hold on the rest of the rings.
There are three rings that will come off.
After removing the screws, carefully take off the securing ring and then the shutter speed ring.
Once you get down to here, you will find this inner plate and underneath there will be some brass washers and a thing for the aperture ring steps
OK, so these are those things left over that you should now see … put aside the washers and the step metal thing,
Set the focus at minimum. remove the five screws holding the cover on, then take it off.
Remove the shutter speed cam plate.
Note its position.
Try to keep this camera on its back, as there are many shutter items that will fall out.
The shutter cocking ring, in the middle is spring loaded.
Note the many levers, gears, and things that connect to this ring.
Remove the ring.
The self timer lever is at 11 oclock and it has a spring to keep the arm in a clockwise position.
This image shows it after I screwed it back on.
Self-timer gears are at 9 oclock and slow shutter speed gears are at 6 oclock.
When putting the shutter cocking ring back on you will need to move some levers in their set position … like the two at 1 and 2 oclock. Th ring should sit low enough that the shutter speed cam plate does not impede its movement.
You will need to move the shutter speed cam plate around to get the little arms to engage in the slots … before you put the cover plate on. Things should rotate cleanly after you put the cover on, if not, take it off and adjust things.