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I'm not sure what model Kodak Slide Projector you are searching for, but try Googling: Kodak "<specific model> owners manual". There are a number of sites that have owners manuals available. You can also try contacting the library of the George Eastman House in Rochester, NY. They have an extensive collection of all things Kodak. Good Luck !!

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