Hello. I've encountered a problem with the light meter on my Olympus OM-2N. I've had it for 2 years working without problems, other than some minor light leaks. To make it short. When in auto or manual mode, the light meter doesn't react neither when I change the ASA/ISO nor aperture. It reacts when I look around towards dark or bright areas as usual, so the needle is not stuck. In manual mode the light meter reacts when I turn the shutter speed ring. When shooting in auto mode, changing the ISO or aperture does result in different shutter speeds according to the stops I turn (not sure if exact but it gets longer or shorter). I've tried with another lens and changing batteries without luck. I do admit that I've brought the camera with me on rough trips, but never has it been exposed to an impact or gotten wet from rain. The problem occurred suddenly from one use to another when using it at home. I've tried looking up the problem on google and can't find any posts describing my problem. It is my first a only film camera, so I don't have much experience with problems. So am I bound to shoot photos on "blind" settings (unless I use a phone app) with this camera? Thanks in advance!