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Where may I get a circuit diagram of the Hasselblad PCP 80 from 1992

Halo friends, where may I get a circuit diagram of the Hasselblad PCP 80 from 1992 thanks and regards alfreds

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45 year old Slide projector

Ask around your local photo shops for a guy with a long grey beard to ask.

You could try advertising for an instruction book on your local freecycle and if Hanimex is still in business they might help you.

Some of those slide projectors were intuitive as they were completely manual but there were also magazine load, semi-auto and fully automatic versions that could also have a recorded commentary and backing music synchronised to the slide show.

Best of luck friend, have lots of fun with it.

Sep 04, 2015 | Slide Projectors

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Projector turns itself off and on

Caramates have a Thermal Breaker built into their electrical circuits, which will "open" if the internal temperature gets too high for safety. When the internal temperature drops to an acceptable level, the breaker "re-sets" and the projector will come back on. You will need to check for any obstructions to air flow first. Next, make sure the exhaust fan is running at the proper speed. Once those items are checked, if the problem still exists, you will need to locate a circuit diagram and the appropriate thermal breaker for replacement. Good Luck!! Jim

Oct 27, 2013 | Kodak Slide Projectors

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Hafele mondo 2 carousel

I'm not sure what your question is. Please re-post your question with more information about the projector model you have and specifics regarding your problem. Thanks!

Feb 11, 2012 | Slide Projectors

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Slides will not advance.buttons do not seem to work

1. Does the SELECT button work? If so, hold it & remove the tray (if one is present). Skip to step 3.
2. If the SELECT button doesn't work, remove the slide tray (if one is on the projector) using the emergency tray release in the center hub of the projector. 3. 3. Turn the projector on & try to cycle a few times in reverse. This is how you clear a slide change mechanism jam in the projector.
4. If that didn't work, then either you have a broken cycle circuit wire (usually an orange wire within the projector) or the release wire is trapped under the cycle pad. Refer to the following diagram for the correct "at-rest" position of these 2 contacts. (If you don't feel comfortable doing this, then contact a factory-trained repair dealer).
Good Luck !!


Feb 15, 2011 | Kodak Carousel 4400 Slide Projector

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Kodak EKTAGRAPHIC E Plus Projector will not advance to the next slide. Thank you.

If it will cycle in reverse (you didn't say), then it is a cycle solenoid adjustment. If it neither cycles in forward or reverse, then you could have a cycle circuit problem (i.e. circuit board). If reverse doesn't work and nothing happens when you push down on the "SELECT" bar, then you could have a broken mechanism drive belt.
It time to find a factory-trained repair dealer to narrow this one down! I hope this helps!

Jan 15, 2011 | Kodak Slide Projectors

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I have an occasional problem with my Hasselblad PCP80 projector. Shortly after switching on the lamp will go out for no apparent reason, but all other controls on the projector work okay. The high...

From my PCP80 Service Manual:

FAULT: The projection lamp is lit for a short moment and then goes out. POSSIBLE CAUSE: 1.The rectifier and lamp change board are out of order. AND/OR: 2.Both triacs turn on. Both lamps are lighted until the automatic circuit breaker is released. MEASURES: 1. Change both boards. 2. Change the triac board.

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FAULT: The projection lamp does not light. POSSIBLE CAUSE: The automatic circuit breaker has released. MEASURE: Reset the circuit breaker. AND/OR: Fuse F102 has blown. MEASURE: Change the fuse. AND/OR: The rectifier and lamp change board are out of order. MEASURE: Change both boards. AND/OR: The triac board is out of order. MEASURE: Change the board.
Good luck!

Dec 21, 2010 | Hasselblad PCP 80 Slide Projector

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Slide projector won't stop auto-advancing

The problem is "continuous cycle", a fairly simple adjustment to the cycle switch lever. Remove the lamp module & unplug the projector. Turn it upside down. Remove the 6 T-15 TORX screws from the bottom cover. The lever is a "J" shaped wire near the center of the projector. Refer to the attached diagram for help locating. You will have to carefully(!) bend the wire down - a very little at a time. After each bend, plug the projector in and cycle it a few times. If it continues to cycle, shut it off - unplug it - and bend a little more (too much is bad: the wire can break or "trap" the cycle mechanism. You want to get it in the center of the pad, as the picture illustrates. Good Luck !!

Sep 12, 2008 | Kodak Carousel 4600 Slide Projector

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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.

Mar 21, 2008 | Elmo Projectors TRV-35H Slide Projector

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