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Hi, my dad's Kodak Brownie 8 A15 regular 8mm film projector has an issue with the knob. It will turn to the rewind position but not Project. Does it have to be pushed in ? I hate to force it.


http://www.grantmillar.net/kodak-brownie8-manual-15-g-version1.pdf. Doesn't seem to need it. Check to make sure the knob hasn't turned ie off is project and rewind is off and there is another setting after rewind.

Nov 18, 2014 | Kodak Office Equipment & Supplies

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Kodak m67 8mm movie projector struck in rev lever can be move to forward but miss run backwards


it is hard to explain but there is a metal pin on one of the mechanisms it can become bent out of place. you need to remove it and heat it up and put back straight. dont try to bend it straight as it will snap or the pin will come out of the metal part.

Oct 13, 2013 | Kodak 1950s/60s Brownie 500 8mm Movie...

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Control knob on kodak brownie 8 will not turn


Hi Don,

I have the same problem with my dad's Brownie 8 Model A15 projector...however, the knob will turn to "Rewind", but not to "Project". Did you ever get yours to work? Thanks! Jon

Sep 02, 2013 | Kodak Cameras

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? Is the sprocket wheel in the middle of the projector supposed to move? The film seems to be locked up in there, and only the few inches of film in the gentle curve above the lens seems to feed thro


I know this post is old but I found a solution. The axle going to the sprocket is locked up with something sticky. You have take out the two screws holding the white plastic piece around the sprocket. Then loosen the small bolt on the big wheel on the other side. Remove the big wheel. Try to push the axle through to the other side. If it doesn't budge easily, hammer it out. That's what I had to do. Then clean it up real good with solvent, like alcohol. Lube it with grease and put it all back together. Worked for me.

Jul 19, 2012 | Kodak Antique Brownie 300 Movie Projector

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Need a Manual for a Bella Ultimate Brownie Maker


Try this link to the Sweet Treat Brownie Maker. It is nearly identical and has all info that yu will need. http://sensiohome.com/admin/uploadFile/f297aaSweet-Treats-Brownie-Maker-IM-r1.pdf

Dec 20, 2011 | Kitchen Appliances - Others

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Need relacement buld for Brownie Movie Projector Model 1, bulb 300-watt, 120-volt,T81/2. S.C. bayonet base, C-13D projection lamp


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You haven't specified anything about your projector or other detalis about it. jsut get into this link, and see whether the lamp you want is available there or not. You have to search with its number. It will have a model number on it. OK
http://www.visualapex.com/accessories/lamp-projection-tv.asp?MFR=DNGO

Dec 13, 2011 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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Movies projected from laptop


This is a laptop issue. Not a problem with the projector.

Nov 07, 2008 | Epson Office Equipment & Supplies

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Kodak Brownie Super 8 Projector


in slide projector smooth movement of mechanism is rule number 1 .1-spray contact lubricant cleaner on forward and backward switches and press them many times.-open it and clean it with air blower and clean piece of clothes.apply good type of light grease in levers-cams gears-confirm all mechanical parts is in good condtion.change any broken part from nearest store.
best regards

Feb 20, 2008 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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