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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: focusing into slide transfer box
Yes, use a shorter projection lens. You didn't say what focal length your projection lens is, but Kodak and many of their OEM vendors made very short focal length lenses.
Posted on Jan 08, 2011
SOURCE: I have on old Sawyer's
The Sawyer's Rotomatic projector is a manual slide projector. The reasons the brand became popular is because of the ease changing the bulb. Please follow the instructions below on how to change the bulb in a Sawyer Slide Projectors.
1. Turn off the system completely. Please make sure to let the machine and bulb to cool down.
2. Now, stand behind the slide projector and grasp the top left and right edge of the cover. Press in on the fixed sides cover, it is located just below the seam where the top part fits over the sides. Pry up on the top part to remove the cover from the machine.
--> the Sawyer slide projector does not use clips or screws to hold the top cover in place.
3. Pull the old bulb out of the machine by grabbing it with a clean cloth and tugging upward. To prevent the slide projector from lifting, please hold the body of the machine steady while doing this.
4. Grab the new bulb and insert it into the slide projector. Line up the narrow, rectangular base of the bulb with the bulb slot behind the lens, and push on the bulb to make the connection.
5. Last, put the cover back the top of the machine and press down around the edge to fit back over the sides.
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Posted on Mar 24, 2011
There is usually a sliding tab on the side of the projector (behind the handle) that toggles between "manual" and "automatic" advance. (Some models will have a couple of pre-set advance settings between "manual" and "automatic." These usually advance the slides every three to ten seconds.) Push the tab to the manual setting--this will allow you to use the buttons towards the front of the machine to advance your slides.If moving the tab doesn't work it may be broken or jammed.
Posted on Jul 31, 2011
I can't comment on the projector, but I can tell you that paper-mounted slide will warp, due to the affects of temperature and humidity. Warped mounts will mess up the auto-focus in any projector.
Good Luck !! Jim
Posted on Dec 12, 2011
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