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Kodak 140 slide carousel trays jam


The 140 tray with older slides and an older projector is a gamble with slide jams every time!! Slides have a natural curve that gets bigger over time. In addition, as slides age, the corners will begin to de-laminate (aka: "dog-eared" slide). Because the slide slot in a 140-tray is SO NARROW, the least little deformation of the slide from normal will cause the slides not to drop. My recommendation, given the age of the projector, trays and slides, is to get rid of those 140 trays and stick with 80-slide trays. Good Luck !! Jim

Sep 16, 2013 | Kodak Carousel 4400 Slide Projector

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Will slides back from 1960 work in a Kodak Carousel Slide Projector?


As long as the slide film is in 2"x2" mounts, yes! I would advise you to use an 80-slide tray as opposed to a 140-slide tray. The individual slide compartments in an 80-slide tray are wider, making it more forgiving to older, possibly warped slides. 80-slide trays can still be purchased from: www.vinevalleyimaging.com. Good Luck! Jim

Jan 16, 2013 | Kodak Carousel 4600 Slide Projector

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I have slides back from the 1960s will they work in a Kodak Carousel slide projector


As long as they are in mounts that are 2 inches square, they will work. Given the age of the slides, chances are that they are not perfectly flat any more - - so I would choose a Kodak 80 Slide Tray (as opposed to their 140 Slide Tray. The individual slide compartments in a 80 Slide Tray are wider and will be more forgiving if your slides are slightly warped.
If you need to buy a slide tray, contact Vine Valley Imaging (www.vinevalleyimaging.com). Good Luck! Jim

Jan 16, 2013 | Kodak EKTAGRAPHIC III A Slide Projector

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Slides jam in the projector


Chances are if you move your slides into an 80 slide tray your slide jamming will go away. Slides warp and bow due to the affects of humidity on the paper mount and the transparency itself when they are stored. The compartment dimensions in a 140-slide tray do not allow for ANY slide warpage, When the slide warps, it hangs up in the tray (or hits the bottom of the tray ejecting) and the projector will jam. I hope this helps. Good luck !!

Jul 28, 2011 | Kodak Carousel 5600 Slide Projector

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Slide advances OK, but it goes down projects the slide and immediately goes black.....sometimes it will show slide, but top of slide is black or if it shows slide something comes down, and makes the top of...


This is caused by the failure of the slide to drop fully down to the slide stop.

I have posted an answer to this for a different enquirer. Have a look at the other answers.

May 24, 2011 | Elmo Projectors TRV-35H Slide Projector

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I have Hanimex Rondex 120 rotary magazines. I was told these would work in the Vivitar 5000AF. Is this true, as the slide on mine is jamming on the return?


I have a VIVITAR 5000 AF slide projector.

Occasionally, the slide gets stuck while operating the mechanical hand to change the slide. Most of the time it works when I push the slide carrier by hand. Very very infrequently, the projector actually throws out the slide.
I have ascertained that teh Kodak slides which are mounted on paper frames are much too thin for the mechanical hand pushing teh slide in and out. The solution is to remount teh slides on palstic frames or some how add to the thickness of the slide. I have not tried it yet , though.

Any more ideas?

MNAQUVI@yahoo.com

Jan 23, 2011 | Vivitar V5000AF Slide Projector

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Model 760 H projector-- Carrousel advances, but slides do not


My guess is that your slides are in a 140-slide tray.
Over time, with repeated cycles of humidity & drying, slides warp slightly. The compartment width in a 140-slide tray is quite narrow, and it takes very little warping to make slides stick in their individual compartments. If you move the slides to a KODAK 80 Slide Tray you should be in much better shape.

Feb 24, 2010 | Kodak Office Equipment & Supplies

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My sunroof is not able to be closed. It is in the pop up position. Is there a manual way to close it? eg no use of electricity?


there is no manual method. It sounds like a limit switch is not working. Can you hear the motor try to operate? If you push up on the back of the glass a little bit while hitting the switch, what happens.

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The sliding roof panel system consists of the following components:
  • RH circuit breaker
  • Timer module
  • Power window relay
  • Roof sliding panel switch (15B691)
  • Roof glass panel (50054)
  • Sliding roof panel motor (15790)
  • Halo moulding
  • Roof sliding panel headlining (519A02)
  • Roof sliding panel slide links (502M78)
  • Roof sliding panel housing (502C22)
  • Roof air deflector (500A26)
  • Center green diode strip
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When the roof sliding panel switch is activated, a gear on the sliding roof panel motor drives a spline on the roof sliding panel housing. Within the roof sliding panel housing, the spline is connected to two sliding roof panel cables which cause the roof sliding panel slide links to slide and the roof glass panel to open or to close. The sliding roof panel cables and the spline are part of the roof sliding panel housing. Neither the sliding roof panel motor nor the roof sliding panel housing can be disassembled. If a malfunction is detected with either of these assemblies, the assembly must be replaced.
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VISUAL INSPECTION CHART Mechanical Electrical
  • Damaged sliding roof panel
  • Sliding roof panel height adjustment
  • Sliding roof panel fore and aft adjustment
  • Blown fuse(s):
    • 30A PWR WDW
  • Damaged circuit breaker #1
  • Damaged wiring harness
  • Loose or corroded connections

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  • Sliding Roof Panel Does Not Open or Close
  • Fuses.
  • Circuit breaker #2.
  • Power window relay.
  • Sliding roof panel motor.
  • Roof sliding panel switch.
  • Circuit.
  • GO to Pinpoint Test E1 .
  • Sliding Roof Panel Will Not Stop in Vent Position
  • Sliding roof panel motor.


Switch Removal
  1. Disconnect the battery ground cable (14301).
  1. Gently pry the overhead console from the headliner.
  1. Disconnect the sliding roof panel electrical connector from the overhead console.
  1. Disconnect the rear quarter window switch electrical connector from the overhead console, if equipped.
  1. Disconnect the map lamp electrical connector from the overhead console.
  1. Remove the overhead console.
  1. Remove the two roof sliding panel switch screws and the roof sliding panel switch (15B691).
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Motor Removal
  1. Place the roof glass panel (50054) in the closed position.
  1. Remove the roof headlining (51916). Refer to Section 01-05 for the removal procedure.
  1. Remove the two sliding roof panel relays from their brackets.




  1. Disconnect the two sliding roof panel motor electrical connectors.
  1. Remove the two sliding roof panel motor screws and the sliding roof panel motor (15790

Jan 11, 2010 | 1997 Mercury Villager

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Sunroof doesn"t open or close


Section 01-17: Roof Panel, Sliding—Electric 1996 Taurus, Sable Workshop Manual DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION Electric Operation The sliding roof panel (502B98):
  • is available as an option.
  • is electrically operated through the accessory delay relay (controlled by generic electronic module (GEM)).
  • is of self-storing design.
  • requires a specific headliner.
  • utilizes a unique roof console and dome lamp.
  • has an air deflector.
The electrical system operates in the following manner:
  • Two switches control movement of the roof panel.
  • When the SLIDE roof sliding panel switch (15B691) is rocked rearward, the roof sliding outer glass panel (502A82) slides into the storage space between the roof trim panel (51968) and the roof panel, exposing an opening over the front seats.
  • When the SLIDE roof sliding panel switch is rocked forward with the roof sliding outer glass panel fully back in the storage space, the roof sliding outer glass panel moves forward from the storage position.
  • The rear portion of the roof sliding outer glass panel moves upward on two lifter arms near the end of the forward travel, allowing a weather-tight seal when the roof sliding outer glass panel is closed.
  • An AUTO feature allows the SLIDE roof sliding panel switch to be touched momentarily to cause the roof panel to automatically move to the fully open position.
  • When the TILT roof sliding panel switch is rocked forward with the roof sliding outer glass panel fully forward, the rear of the roof sliding outer glass panel pops up to the VENT position.
  • With the roof sliding outer glass panel in the VENT position, rocking the TILT roof sliding panel switch rearward closes the roof sliding outer glass panel.
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  • Sliding Roof Panel Does Not Open or Close
  • Open power feed fuse.
  • Circuitry open/shorted.
  • Damaged roof sliding panel switch.
  • Damaged sliding roof panel motor.



VISUAL INSPECTION CHART Mechanical Electrical
  • Damaged roof panel
  • Obstructed roof panel
  • Guide
  • Damaged drive cable(s)
  • Open Power Distribution Box Fuses 1 (40A) or 4 (30A)
  • Circuitry open/shorted
  • Damaged roof sliding panel switch
  • Damaged sliding roof panel motor

Apr 19, 2009 | 1996 Ford Taurus

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Slides


Yes and no. Photographic slides are film positives printed as transparencies, At one time there were kits available for printing or typing slides on transparent acetate material but I have not seen these for years. Two ways to create slides now:
1 Take the slides with a 35mm camera and have them processed. Expensive.
2. Create the graphics/images on computer and send the digital file to a conversion house that will make the images into slides. Also expensive. Much easier to go the othwer way - slide to video or slide to digital images via a scanner.

Mar 03, 2008 | Elmo Projectors TRV-35H Slide Projector

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