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It will not change the slides. Seems something to do with the motor. Any tips

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  • Margaret Westerman
    Margaret Westerman Apr 14, 2015

    It had been changing the slides perfectly but then it stopped moving the slide holder on. It just keeps whirring and nothing happens.

  • Danny Kuhlmann Nov 23, 2015

    need make and model what is it?



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