Question about Kodak Office Equipment & Supplies
If the projector is indeed a Carousel 650H, then the chances are that the LINK that connects the cycle solenoid plunger to the cycle lever has broken/cracked. This LINK is made of plastic, and over time the plasticizers that keep it flexible evaporate into the atmosphere, leaving the part brittle. The good news is that while Kodak no longer stcks parts for any slide projector, the company that purchased their repair parts is: www.micro-tools.com This is not an easy repair, but once the part is replaced it will last a very long time! To purchase the part, contact micro-tools. I believe they have specific directions for making this repair, if you feel you can do it. If not, contact an authorized repair center to make the repair for you. Good Luck!
Posted on Mar 04, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Because you don't specify a model, I will assume it is an older generation, manufactured in the 60's or 70's. These series had a part called the "link", which was made of plastic. This "link" connects the cycle solenoid to the slide change mechanism. With age, the "link" becomes brittle & cracks, rendering slide change non-functional, regardless if you use the side buttons on the projector or the remote control. This is a difficult repair, but the parts are still available. I recommend you contact a factory-trained repair dealer to fix your projector.
Posted on Nov 21, 2010
Sure! Not only did Kodak sell an external automatic timer that plugs into the remote socket, a number of other companies had them as well. If you can't find one searching online for "Kodak slide projector plug-in timer", try: www.micro-tools.com Good Luck !
Posted on Jan 04, 2011
SOURCE: I have 2 760
In 2 of your machines the plastic links that were supposed to move the parts have snapped and they will have to be glued back together - no replacement parts available for them. In the other the motor is most likely not powered and you will need to find out if it's a control circuit probe or a power source problem (or just a broken wire) - at least a basic experience in electronics is required to fix it.
No, it's not a complicated job , and it only requires some screwdrivers, but it's fiddly. You must do it anyway since you have nothing to lose, or the projectors are destined for the skip.
Posted on Feb 19, 2011
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