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Bulb blew out. don't know how to get it out. doesn't seem to pull straight out. also is there a replacement bulb? sylvania dat 400w 120 v
Posted by Anonymous on
The bulb pulls out. You don't want to twist it, because it is seated with one big pin in the middle and four smaller ones around it. The big pin in the middle has a fin on it, to make sure you get the others in their right places.
To get the old one out, you want to remove the metal housing for the lens that surrounds the bulbs. Pinch the sides that are next to the open end of the housing a little bit and jiggle it. It'll come out fairly easy. Once that is out of the way, you can get a good grip on the bulb and pull it straight out.
As for new bulbs, you can find them on the Internet. The best price I last saw was for $27.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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
SOURCE: kodak carousel 760h projector
Neither of the "trademarks" you mention were used by Kodak, so the lens must be a non-Kodak lens. First of all, remove the lens and look along its side - it should have a rectangular "rack" (dimensions of the "rack" are roughly 1/2 inch by 3 1/4 inches) with gear teeth that will connect with the corresponding gear (inside the projector) on the focus knob shaft. If the lens does not have this "rack", then you should try to find a lens that does. (One source for lenses is www.VineValleyImaging.com). Verify that the lens is on the focus knob shaft and does not appear to be damaged. If the gear on the focus shaft is damaged (or slipping) you will need to contact a Authorized Repair Dealer to see if parts are still available for your specific model. Let me know if you need anything else! Good Luck !! Jim
Posted on Oct 25, 2011
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