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My kodak carosel 600 projector has a screw driver adjustment-what does that do ?

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I am not familiar with a screwdriver adjustment on a Carousel 600 Projector. Are you referring to the emergency tray release in the center hub on the top of the projector?? If not, can you tell me specifically where the screwdriver adjust is located on the projector, please?? Thanks !! Jim

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SOURCE: we actually have a kodak 600 carousel projector

Given the age of your Carousel Slide Projector, my guess is there is a broken "link" in the slide change mechanism. This "link" is plastic, and connects the cycle solenoid to the slide change mechanism. Over time, the "link" gets brittle & breaks, giving the failure condition you describe. You should consult an Authorized Repair Dealer to see if they can still get parts for your projector, which was built between 1964 and 1972. Best of luck !!

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Excessively short lamp life is usually caused by material building up on the lamp socket terminals, caused by arcing. This material build-up causes higher current loads and will ultimately shorten lamp life. A new lamp socket is a simple solution to your problem!

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You didn't specify the model, but chances are that the cycling problem is caused by a broken "link". The "link" connects the cycle solenoid plunger to the slide change mechanism. The "link" is made of plastic, and gets brittle & cracks over time, rendering slide change non-functional. Parts are still available (www.micro-tools.com), but this is an involved repair requiring disassembly & a service manual - - best left to a factory-trained repair dealer.

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SOURCE: how to change kodak carosel projector ektanar lense

The projection lens will can easily be removed by pushing the focus knob toward the slide tray with one hand while pulling the lens out of the projector with your other hand.

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The clutch contact on your KODAK Carousel 600 Projector has either burned off from use (the projector is almost 50 years old) or is out of adjustment. Either condition will allow the continuous cycle to happen. Because of the projector's age, parts will be really tough to come by. I have attached a diagram to show you what the affected parts look like. Be sure to take extreme caution - - there is exposed electrical contacts all over with the bottom cover removed. Also, be sure to remove the lamp and all optics before starting this repair.


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The select bar on the projector is not working.


The Carousel 600 Projector is at least 45 years old!! Great to hear it still turns on!!
Because the 600 has no forward or reverse buttons, forward is accomplished by "tickling" (very lightly push) the Select bar. If you can cycle it forward and no Select, then you need to adjust the cycle solenoid to find the balance between forward and select. If you have NO forward, then chances are either the cycle solenoid is WAY out of adjustment, or the LINK between the CYCLE SOLENOID PLUNGER and the CYCLE LEVER is broken. You should still be able to order the LINK from: www.micro-tools.com
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The KODAK Carousel 600 Projector has NO forward or reverse controls. To cycle the tray forward, LIGHTLY depress the SELECT bar. Reverse is accomplished by holding the SELECT bar down completely and rotating the tray by hand. Jim

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You're correct!! The Kodak Carousel 600 does not have an ADVANCE button. To advance the tray you LIGHTLY depress the SELECT bar on the edge of the projector. There is no reverse capability, other than holding the SELECT bar down fully and rotating the tray by hand. Enjoy your projector!! Jim

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How to change kodak carosel projector ektanar lense


The projection lens will can easily be removed by pushing the focus knob toward the slide tray with one hand while pulling the lens out of the projector with your other hand.

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Regarding a Kodak Carosel 4000 Projector. I need the name of company in or near Santa Maria California that couId repair a fault. It will not adavance the slides. I h.ave had the unit for many years....


Here are the Kodak authorized repair centers: http://www.kodak.com/global/en/service/repair/slideProj/state/ca.jhtml
Nothing close to Santa Maria.
Might be cheaper to buy a used one from eBay than to repair the old one.

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The KODAK Carousel 750H was manufactured from roughly 1971 to 1981.
If you can push the focus knob toward the outside of the projector and manually remove the lens, then the problem is the gear on the focus shaft (the shaft the focus knob turns). The gear has either cracked and fallen off or is cracked and slipping on the shaft. Either way, the focus shaft needs to be replaced by a factory-trained repair technician.

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The problem you describe is most likely a broken spring on the lever that moves the tray forward or reverse. The repair requires dis-assembly of the projector and the slide change mechanism and adjustment after re-assembly. I recommend you contact a factory trained repair dealer to make the repair.

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Carosel 750H dark shutter does not stay open to be able to view slide and selector button does not work to allow tray to be rotated to a specific slide. Are these problems repairable?


Sounds like a timing problem with your projector. Both problems are repairable. Contact a factory-trained repair dealer to get them addressed.

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