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Hello,

 

I am interested if anybody else has experienced the problem, that the scroll wheel of the D2 or LC1 (in my case) behaves unpredictable / jumpy. When you are zoomed into images in the Play-Mode it is impossible to tell if the camera will zoom in or out, no matter how much you turn the wheel, or in which direction.

 

I would be also happy to hear what could cause such a problem - dirt, broken microswitch, ...

 

Thanks a lot for your experiences.

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I have a hard time predicting whether it will zoom in or out. However, I think the fault lies entirely with me for being unable to remember which does which. I can see no obvious causality between CW/CCW rotation and zooming in and out.

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If you turn the wheel with just your thumb it sticks. If you turn it with finger and thumb it's ok yes ..?

 

I managed to dismantle mine and lubricate it with silicon oil. Works better than ever now.

 

It's a tricky repair though, only attempt if you're confident else send to Leica .

 

Bill

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One of my D2s had that problem. It drove me a little (more) nuts with aggravation. I put off repairs until the original sensor failed. Leica made the whole camera new again at NO cost. Great company.

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