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I have a slide jaming problem and got this from ELMO support. I have not tried it as yet. I am using 80 slide carousels.

If the unit is jamming like the way you described it may be that the arm needs to be adjusted. If you hold down the SELECT button and turn off the unit while still holding for about 20 seconds at the same time as holding up the arm, you will be able to get to a screw that can adjust the height of the arm.

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