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Slides can be viewed on a "light box" (a box with flourescent light source and a piece of white, translucent plexiglass on the top). you can lay the slides out on the light box & view them with your eye or with a magnifying device. Also, to view slides one at a time, Kodak marketed a hand-held Slide Viewer. I believe you can still buy one of them from Vine Valley Imaging
( www.vinevalleyimaging.com )
Good Luck !! Jim

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SOURCE: Kodak slide projector flap block the slide fron viewing

The spring that tensions the shutter is either unhooked or broken. The spring is located on the outboard side of the slide gate - - & is positioned vertical. Without this spring in place & functioning, the shutter will cover part or all of the projected image path.

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Kodak slide projector flap block the slide fron viewing


The spring that tensions the shutter is either unhooked or broken. The spring is located on the outboard side of the slide gate - - & is positioned vertical. Without this spring in place & functioning, the shutter will cover part or all of the projected image path.

Nov 13, 2012 | Kodak Office Equipment & Supplies

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On my kadak 4400 I placed a slide tray with 35mm slides in. After turning the power on I attempted to advance the first slide. Nothing happened with the slide. I turned it off reset the tray and tried. ...


Try turning your projector on without a slide tray. Cycle it 2 or 3 cycles in reverse. Place the tray back on the projector and cycle forward. By cycling it a few times in reverse, it re-sets the cycling mechanism.

May 08, 2012 | Kodak Carousel 4400 Slide Projector

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I have a kodak 5600 slide projector. Everything was working great and when I changed the carousel the slides wouldn't fall to be viewed or would fall half way. This projector is almost new even tho it...


It sounds like you need the timing adjusted in the projector. The pressure pads that hold the slide vertical in the projection gate are closing too soon. Check the Kodak website for the service procedure for this adjustment. If you need assistance, contact an authorized warranty repair dealer. Good Luck !!

Jul 14, 2011 | Kodak Office Equipment & Supplies

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The slides appear to be dropping to far down so when viewed you see the top of slide (cardboard) and top half of picture- thi swas given to me used and I dont have a book - it is 300AF


Try using a full thickness plastic slide mount. Some card slides are so thin that they miss the slide support when being dropped down from the magazine. Some magazines are designed specifically for card mounted slides whilst other are for glass mounted slides. Types shouldn't be mixed for correct and consistent operation.

Feb 14, 2011 | Elmo Projectors Omnigraphic 301 Slide...

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When the projector was turned on it started to cycle as when ejecting slides then it stopped and seems to be jammed...the rectangle black screen that opens and closes during the cycle to view slides is...


First of all, remove the tray (use the emergency tray removal in the center hub of the projector). BE CAREFUL not to spill your slides, so before you remove the tray, make sure the tray ring is in position & tight, then when you remove the tray turn it upside down immediately and move the tray plate to the "zero" position. Remove any slides that might be in the gate of the projector. Turn the projector on and cycle the projector 2 or 3 times in Reverse. This should clear a tray/slide jam. Good Luck !!

Jan 24, 2011 | Kodak ABR Ektagraphic 35mm 140 Slides...

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Carousel projector slide not working right. Can only see half of the picture on the screen.


I had a similar problem and was able to get the full view by giving the change button a quick touch for a partial activation. It seems as though the cycle does not complete before the motor is turned off at what should be the end of the cycle. I took it apart to find the problem but did not discover the correction. So the little "flick" on the change button finished moving the slide into position and the "blocker panel"(inside the projector)) out of the way so the whole slide could be seen.

Jan 13, 2011 | Vivitar V5000AF Slide Projector

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Will not advance although nothing is stuck in the machine.


Sounds like what your projector needs is a cycle contact adjustment.
Remove the slide tray & lamp module. Unplug the projector. Turn the projector upside down to remove the bottom cover (6 - T-15 TORX screws). Pry the bottom cover off from the handle side (Be careful!! The power cord is physically secured to the bottom cover!). I have attached an illustration for reference. Near the center of the projector you will find a contact as shown in the illustration. That contact needs to be in the position shown on the pad. You will have to slightly bend the "J"-shaped wire carefully(!!). Then plug the projector in, turn it on & cycle it a few times. The 2 contacts should look like the illustration when at rest. If they don't look like that, unplug the projector, "tweak" the contact wire a little bit more, plug the projector in & try again. This adjustment can take a factory-trained repair tech several bends to get it right (without breaking off the wire!!). Repeat until you are successful! jauburn_8.jpg

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