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Is there a way to attach a variable speed control device to allow for reducing flicker when converting to digital?

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How to load and view with a gaf 2388 projector


Usually there is a series of clips or levers of some sort that allows the film to pass around the sound drums and alignment path behind the projector lens. There is usually a line printed inside the projector to show the thread path for the film around the various mechanisms. But before you do that you might want to consider finding a photo shop that converts the film to a CD format. All of the old film media breaks down over time and you may be able to enhance it, preserve it and avoid burning it up in the projector(a common occurrence in those days) all at the same time.

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Manual for a gaf 2788 Z


I found one (I have the same projector) here:

http://www.atsrentals.com/docs/8mm-Projector-Manual.pdf

It's free and in PDF

Good Luck

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Engine light came on and car is over heating. Took it to auto zone and was told it's the fan relay. Its a 2003 PT Cruiser, Turbo. I opened the fuse box under hood. There are 3 spots for relays in there...


Turbo Radiator Fan

The radiator cooling fan is a variable speed electric motor driven fan. The radiator fan assembly includes an electric motor, fan blade, and a support shroud that is attached to the radiator. The radiator fan is serviced as an assembly (fan motor/fan/shroud).

The variable speed radiator fan is controlled by the Powertrain Control Module (PCM) by way of a Pulse Width Modulated (PWM) signal. The duty cycle ranges from 30% for low speed operation then ramps-up to 100% for high-speed operation. This fan control system provides infinitely variable fan speeds, allowing for improved fan noise, A/C performance, better engine cooling, and additional vehicle power.

To control radiator fan operation, the PCM looks at inputs from:

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HENCE CHECK THE PCM

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How to connect the sound equipment to the projector?


What type of sound equipment are you trying to connect?? What exactly are you trying to achieve?
There was a Kodak accessory called the Kodak EC Sound Syncronizer. This product allowed you to blend a music track with a slide projector control track that, once attached to a recording device, allowed you to have a pre-programmed slide show with audio. Is this what you are searching for??

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I have a sears easi-load circular tray 9985 for a slide projector. I don't know what brand projector it will fit in. Thanks.


I have a number of these. The printing on the box is as follows:
For use with Sears 9833, 9843, 9853, 9854, 9883, 9884, 98833, Sawyers, GAF and Anscomatic tray-loading projectors.

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How do I open my Gaf Hush-a-matic Slide Projector 2100E? I want to put in a reel of slides and can't figure out how to do it.


Push in the little red buttons on either side and pull forward. It might take a little doing but it'll come open.

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Questions regarding the elmo trv-35h projector.


Wow! What a job. The solution depends non your patience, technical skill, and the amount of time you have. You can use a telecine transfer box or, what I do, projeect onto a white card and video tape from the image on that card. A white card works as well or not better than a transfer box, because there are no cheap mirrors to distort the image. Here are some techniques: Use a variable speed projector, set to 18 frames per second (fps) to reduce flicker. Project onto a dull white card from about 3 feet away. Set your camcorder up behind the projector on a tripod. Use MANUAL FOCUS. Set the shutter speed to 1/60 MANUALLY. Set the white balance MANUALLY to artificial light. Using the automatic features on a camcorder will give you an unstable picture as the camera tries to adjust. You can capture directly to DVD or VHS tape, or better yet, directly into your computer. If your camcorder has an S-VHS output ( a round 4-pin plug)  and your VCR or DVD recorder has an S-VHS input, use S-VHS for better color. Leave the room lights on while capturing. Zoom up on your image, set your white balance on the camcorder and begin the transfer. I do not use a regular movie screen because it is beaded and gives you an image broken into little dots. Experiment until you get the best results. Then write down all the settings and use that as your guide for future transfers. If you need to edit, you can edit on your PC using I-Movie or a similar program, or use assembly editing from one deck to another - VCR to DVD-R or VCR-VCR. Use the pause and record button to skip over parts you want to delete. If you use your computer you can add titles and music. You can also add music using your VCR or DVD recorder if you have the patience.

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