<p>Gene as always great information and great photograph's here, well done Gene:</p>
<p>Steve start here</p>
<p>The following company is doing Rolleiflex but nothing below 1955<br>
<p>We do not fix the older model <br />Rollei's only...
<p>Gene thanks for the memories of days gone by. Lauren</p>
<p>Personally 5.5 inch screen is just small to really to see anything<br>
but a 6x9 screen that's a different world completely:</p><div>[ATTACH]</div>
<p>Do you not mean crystal lake just down the road from [in my time] rondo's ice cream farms stand: heading towards Palmer Ma.</p>
<p>Gene M. Thank you very much for your tour of the old place of mine , that water wagon should be salvaged by some one</p>
<p>Lets see there...
<p>Paul Thank you very much, Will rewind the roll of and see what happens:Thanks</p>
<p>I am glad I never went to flickr or those other sites</p>
<p>Looks like my Baby will have to go out for service It wound straight thru the roll<br>
of film non stop?</p>
<p>Thank you all will do it the rollei way Thanks again</p>
<p>So It does not matter where the black arrow is ,That's interesting I know on other TLR's that black arrow has to be at a certain point to...
<p>When loading film into a Rolleiflex 1937-1939 model where does Black Arrow stop at before cranking<br>
the film to number one.<br>
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