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I have the projector, but have never used one before. I need help with proper assembly and how to use/operate it.

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Where can I find detailed instructions for how to remove and replace the auto-focus worm shaft assembly on a Kodak Ektagraphic III AT slide projector?

The link contains the service manual for your unit. These units are repairable. The plastic nylon parts are usually what requires replacement. Parts are readily available. If you elect to do DIY I suggest you take many pictures and notes to aid in reassembly. They are not particularity difficult to repair, but it is very easy to lose your way trying to re-assemble.

They are not intuitive in the operation using lots of little cams and levers to achieve the functions.

Documentation is critical. The most difficult is the timing adjustments. Study the assembly and cycle the unit with covers removed to observe the basic function.

Keep the screws/parts marking their location and grouped

Replacement of the failed worm gear is one of the least difficult to achieve, Parts available on e-bay

Careful not to to touch the bulb or lens.

If you need to remove the lenses document the stack careful for reassembly

I have used lithium grease during reassembly.

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Kodak 760h autofocus does not function

Check with the dealer who is selling you the part, to see if they can provide you with the required pages for disassembly, repair & re-assembly from the Kodak Service Manual. You should be aware that in some cases when this repair is made, it requires the technician to re-calibrate the auto-focus system. To do that, you will need 2 special tools (a "Target Slide" and a "Range Slide"), that were manufactured by Kodak for use on the assembly line and by their authorized warranty repair dealers. You MAY need those, as well.
As you can imagine, all this can begin to get expensive (if you can still get the special tools).... It may be more economical to try to locate another used projector on the internet... Here are 2 dealers I can recommend: For parts & tools -
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Infocus IN10 projector, when I turn it on the light blinks green for a while (with no picture) and then it shuts off and blinks red (more than 5 blinks)

if Lamp or projector shuts off after running a short period of time, This is usually a thermal issue caused by excessively
high internal temperature. The high temperature
could cause a component on the controller ECA or
the power supply to fail when it gets hot.
First you need to check the fan operation, Are 3 fans, two for lamp and one for the color wheel. Check the elevation foot, if something is broke maybe something stop the fan.
Remove the lamp module.
Examine the fan assembly through the recess in the bottom case. Plug the projector in and turn it
on. Both fans in the fan assembly should start up and run for 5 - 10 seconds, then shut down
(because there is no lamp installed). This is time enough to make sure the fans work properly.
Make the same for the color wheel fan, you need to remove the top case.

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My kodak carousel 5600 slide projector wont stop advancing unless i unplug it

You are experiencing a fairly common problem called continuous cycling. It is caused by use or mis-adjustment.
If you feel comfortable with a electro-mechanical adjustment, take a look at the attached picture for the correct alignment of the cycle contacts. The positioning is critical for correct operation.

Turn the projector upside down (unplugged), and remove the bottom screws. Then carefully remove the bottom cover. The cycle contact assembly will be in the center of the projector.
If you need help, contact a authorized repair dealer. Good Luck!!

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Problems with using a 140 carousel on a Kodak 4600

There is nothing wrong with your slide trays. Your projector needs an adjustment to the cycle contact assembly. The constant cycle mode is a dead-giveaway. You need to take the projector to an Authorized Repair Dealer for this adjustment. Should be relatively quick - - it takes longer to get the case apart than to make the repair!

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How do you clean inside the lens

canned air. if you take the lens assembly apart to try and clean it any other way, there's a slim chance you'll get it back together properly. plus, they thread lock it. it's usually air-tight, but if it isn't, used the canned air to blow the dust out. chances are, the dust is inside the projector itself and on the back side of the lens assembly.

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The solution from bjwjb posted on Dec 30, 2009 is absolutely correct:"There is a piece on the bulb cover panel that you take off in order to change the bulb that fits down inside the bulb assembly when you put the panel back on. The bulb cover panel and the part of the panel that goes down into the bulb assembly must be present or the projector will not power up (there will be no lights either)." I would add to that once the cover is placed back, but before the screws of the bulb cover are tightened, firm pressure should be place on on the bulb cover panel on the spot placed where the plastic protrusion (a plastic "stick" about 1.5 inches long that fits into a void in the bulb assembly) goes into the bulb assembly. You should/may hear a "click", indicating that the protruding plastic piece has been fully inserted into the bulb assembly and makes contact with whatever contraption is inside the assembly to enable power-up. If no pressure is exerted the plastic protusion may not extend down far enough to make contact to enable power-up. In such case the bulb cover panel may be slightly bulging in the location of the protrusion. You would still be able to tighten the bulb cover panel screws, because the plastic is flexible. In such case you may find that the screw closest to the location of the plastic protrusion may need pushed in more. In this condition, even though you may think the cover is properly placed, the plastic protrusion is not fully inserted and does not make contact and there are no lights or power. Just take of the bulb cover panel place it back following the instructions above.

I had already disassembled my projector and was ready to bring it in for service when I did an internet search and saw the advice from bjwjb. Thanks very much!

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Green projection lamp not working

  1. you will need a manual screwdriver to remove the panel. You need a soft non-abrasive cloth to avoid any contact with your fingers and the lamp assembly.
  2. Turn off the Projector. After the unit has cooled down properly, remove the power cord from the outlet..
  3. Remove Lamp Compartment Door. The lamp compartment on projectors islocated underneath the projector unit. For Rear Projection TVs, the lamp compartment is located in the rear bottom left or right side of the TV.. Remove the screws and the lamp compartment door.
  4. Remove Lamp Assembly. pull out the lamp assembly disconnect any power cords that is still connected to the lamp assembly. Put it aside and don't get it confused with your new lamp!
  5. Clean Lamp Compartment. Dust gets everywhere and while you have the projector open, use a soft cloth to remove any loose dust from the lamp compartment.
  6. Insert New Lamp Assembly. reconnect any power cables to the new lamp if present and slide the new lamp into the compartment in the same orientation that the original lamp came out.
  7. Replace Lamp Compartment Door. Set the lamp compartment door back into place and securely screw in the door without screwing it in too tight

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OK, let me throw out some possibilities. Most projectors how a built in lamp and filter timer. This lets you know when you need to clean your filter or replace your bulb. If left unchecked some models can prevent you from using the projector til the maintenance has been resolved. Clean your filter and refer to your owner's manual for how to reset the timers. If you still get the blinking or red lights after you have reset the timers then you may have a bad bulb or the contacts in the lamp assembly are tarnished or corroded. Pull out the lamp assembly and make sure the leads to the lamp are tight now take a small knife and scratch the metal contacts that the lamp assembly uses to connect to the projector. Clean them well so they will make good contact. Reinsert the assembly, close the case, and try it out. If you do not know how to take out the lamp then refer to your manual as it will have detailed instructions. If your projector still does not work then your lamp is bad and needs to be replaced.

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Stripped projector ( including removal of bulb ) and cleaned internals
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