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How to replace lamp on Anscorama Slide Projector 980

I have a borrowed slide projector, obviously quite old. The lamp has burned out. I do not have the instruction manual. I would like to have some idea of how to replace this lamp before I order one.
Thank you for any assistance you can offer.

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This works on a couple different Toshiba models -- might work on yours...

Make sure the main power switch is OFF. Hold the "ON", "MENU", and "INPUT" buttons at the same time and turn the main power switch on. Keep them held until the yellow power standby light comes on, then let go. It is done.

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My slide has the remote but remote is not working the projector i have is v5000Af

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undo the top cover you will see a black cover with clips and at the back or side there are two small screws which hold the rear concave mirror in place undo the screws bend the clip back gently and remove ....pop out old bulb and put in new bulb with a piece of tissue dont touch it with your fingers.... do all the rest in reverse order ...did mine tonight took 10 minutes just a bit tricky getting screws back in.....you need a long magnetic posidrive with a small head....

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SOURCE: ekatagraphic slide projector that won't advance the carosel forward or backward. it will pop a slide up and down. it sounds jammed it humms when buttons are depressed any ideas?

The most common causefor the failure of the slide tray to advance or reverse is the breakageof this small Link (part # 217769). It fits on the end of the solenoid actuator arm and is held in place by a Rivet (part # 159943). Thereplacement of this part does not take a rocket scientist, however, amoderate mechnical aptitude skill is required.
This Set contains 1 Link and 1 Rivet. If your projector Does NOT have a focus motor in it, then this is the kit for you. If your projector does have a focus motor, please order "KODAK-KIT" From: https://www.micro-tools.com/store/item_detail.aspx?ItemCode=LINK

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What bulb code (usually a 3 letter code) or the model number I cannot say. Sometimes that info is written on the inside cover that covers the bulb, sometimes it is in the instruction manual. It is almost always written on the bulb.

Posted on Nov 08, 2009

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