Last night my daughter's boyfriend brought around a camera which had belonged to his grandfather and was bought just after he arrived here from England. It is a Yashica YL with the 2.8 lens still in its original leather case. The body is in in excellent condition, not a scratch or dent anywhere. The lens has a few dust spots but I don't think they would affect the image. The viewfinder needs a good clean as is to be expected. However, the main problem is with the focus ring. The focussing tab has been broken off and the ring is locked solid. I did read that this can often be due to the old lubricant drying out and it can be freed up with a little heat from a hair dryer but I'm a little nervous about trying that. Are there any other easy fixes or is this a job for a repairman? I think the camera is worth spending some money on but neither the owner nor I can afford it at the moment.