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Hello @RosieElberson1 RosieElberson1
I'll check this on my site. But if you could give us the ID on FamilySearch.org Family Tree. That would help. And the film you are concerned with.
I can't seem to duplicate the error on my site.
So, the Family Tree ID of your ancestor and the film name would help.
Short Answer: Not that I am aware of ...
I just checked ...
That said ...
That is just one set of Records, the "1881, Census of England and Wales".
Other sets of Records MAY have "Restrictions" that ONLY allow a particular "Image" of the relevant Record to be accessed/viewed.
One of the main ones being that the Record "Custodian" has placed such a PERMISSION / AUTHORITY for such.
Another one being that the 'On-line' ("Commercial") PAID (ie. "Subscription") Websites pay a Fee to the Record "Custodian", for access to; and, permission/authority to display, such Records; and, 'FamilySearch' is requested to, limit such access/viewing.
But, there are a myriad of reasons.
Whenever the Church goes to a Record "Custodian" to request permission to "Film" the Records, the Church (ie. 'FamilySearch') enters into Contractual Agreements/Arrangements with the Record "Custodian".
You must understand that:
▬ There are COUNTLESS Records, all around the World.
▬ And, there are COUNTLESS Record "Custodians", all around the World.
▬ Naturally, of course, the Church (ie. 'FamilySearch') must enter into COUNTLESS Contractual Agreements/Arrangements with the various Record "Custodians".
It is a, legal; and, logistical, 'mine field' and 'nightmare'; that is, ever (ie. constantly) changing.
As has already been requested, what is the particular Record (and/or, set of Records), knowing such would enable members of this Forum to better advise/assist/help you ...