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  • slipsinker16 May 06, 2009

    I have a Kodak Moviedeck 475 and the film will not thread. It just chatters when you try and push it in.

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There is a small plastic gear that disintegrates with age on these units. The gear is worn and cannot turn the larger gear to thread the film. Good luck finding parts. There is one place that sells parts but I think they gauge the public

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    Mat Kramer Apr 27, 2014

    Can you tell us the name of the place that sells parts? And do you know which part it is, and/or do you have a service manual? Thanks.

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    Mat Kramer Apr 27, 2014

    Maybe it is the "shutter" part from micro-tools? http://www.micro-tools.com/store/P-20411...

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I have a similar problem with the Kodak moviedeck 435 projector.
Have you had any luck finding the problem with you 475 ?

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Hello dear!
First you turn on a power cord. And then a film tip insert fully film entrance. You confirm that the film senses no more injection. If so, you run thread switch. If the machine is In case of the position, the film dont enter, I think the projector is out of order.

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When i take a picture it looks like someone has thrown paint on wall


Sounds like a serious sensor problem.

This cannot be fixed by the consumer. If the camera is still under warranty, contact the seller or Kodak about repair or replacement. I found Kodak tech support extremely difficult to deal with and quite unhelpful but they did eventually repair it and it cost me only $15 for shipping.

They warned me that if I sent it to them and they found I had abused it, they would charge me $35 for analyzing the problem if I chose not to have it repaired but that the $35 would be deducted from the cost of repairs if I let them fix it. Fortunately that did not become a problem.

However, the first time I used it after it was fixed, I was on a beach in the Bahamas and the identical problem occurred again. Fortunately I had a film camera with me as a backup.

I left that $100 camera on the beach swearing I would never buy another Kodak AV product again. By then, the warranty had expired and I wasn't about to throw good money after bad by paying Kodak to fix it again.

Kodak sold it's AV group two or three years ago and they still use the Kodak name but they're not really Kodak.

The real Kodak film company still makes great film, photographic processing chemicals, etc. but they no longer deal in cameras, projectors, etc.

If the warranty has expired, it will likely cost you almost as much as you paid for the camera to get it repaired by Kodak. You might find another repair shop on the web that will do it a little cheaper. I use Precision Camera and have had good luck with them. www.precisioncamera.com.

They have flat rate quotes for repairs and it would not take long to get a quote from them. You can also do a web search for camera repair shops. There are many and you may find one that's local for you.

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If you are going to be shooting outdoors in bright sunshine, a 100 or 200 film is preferable. 400 and 800 films are better suited to indoors or low-light conditions. This doesn't mean that you can't use a 800 film outdoors, but if you do the pictures might be a bit over-exposed which will result in the colours looking a bit washed out when you get your pictures back.Likewise, if you use a 100 film indoors or at night, the pictures can look a bit dark.

Happy snapping!

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