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Fan speed varies - Ektagraphic IIIb

I'm saying this based on the sound... the fan sounds loud, then soft, then loud, then soft... about 1 second for each cycle. Do I need to lubricate the fan somehow?

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My suspicion is that the fan belt has fatigued and stretched. When this happens, the excess belt diameter "slaps" and causes fan speed variations. My recommendation is if you are opening up the projector to replace the fan belt, replace the mechanism belt, as well. While I can't say absolutely any more, but parts for Kodak projectors have been available from: www.micro-tools.com. You can contact them to verify parts availability. Good Luck !!
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