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My kodak 750 slide projector has a thin piece of sheet metal blocking the lamp so that nothing projects out the lenz. It looks like it is suppose to move somehow but I cant figure out how to get it out of the way. Can you help?

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  • JDax Feb 03, 2009

    I have the same problem.  Help please???

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Put a small drop of oil & see if that fixes the problem I hope this helps.

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  • StevoT1 Feb 07, 2009

    Push the selector button sometimes it sticks I hope this helps.

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