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Problem with kodak carousel 650H slide projector - remote control not working

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SOURCE: Just bought a kodak 650H

Chances are the projector you bought needs a slide change solenoid link or at the very least, an adjustment to the timing of the slide changing mechanism.

Posted on Nov 03, 2010

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SOURCE: We have a Kodak Carousel 650A projector. (140

The purpose of the "SELECT BAR" on a Carousel 650H is to eject the slide. If you press & hold the select bar it allows you to rotate the tray to the slide you want (or Zero & remove the tray). If you can not advance or reverse the slide tray using either the remote buttons or the buttons on the side of the projector, then chances are you have a broken part in the slide change mechanism. The possibilities are numerous, and really requires a trained tech to analyze your specific failure. Sorry the news isn't better (or simpler!).

Posted on Nov 12, 2010

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SOURCE: my slide projector carousel does not advance

Does the projector run in reverse?? If so, then what you are facing is a timing adjustment.
If it does not cycle in either direction, then there is a high probability that the solenoid "link" is broken. The "link" connects the cycle solenoid plunger to the slide change mechanism.
The good news: There are still parts available (www.micro-tools.com). The less-than-good-news: both fixes are difficult and best handled by a factory-trained repair dealer.

Posted on Dec 30, 2010

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SOURCE: projector broke

Given the age of the projector, chances are the cause of the problem is a broken "Link". The "link" connects the cycle solenoid plunger to the slide change mechanism. The "link" is made of plastic, and over time it gets brittle & cracks, rendering slide change non-functional. Parts are still available (www.micro-tools.com), but this is an involved repair that requires dis-assembly & a service manual - - best left to a factory-trained repair dealer.

Posted on Jan 04, 2011

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SOURCE: I have a Kodak 650H

The answer for the 2 machines is similar, but the repair is different. The clutch contact wire on the 650H has burned through the clutch contact. If it has just worn a notch in the clutch contact, you can bend the contact wire slightly to get it away from the notch. If the tip of the contact wire is burned off, you will be better off buying a used slide projector from someone, as parts for this generation of machines are long gone.
For the 4600 the problem is the same but the parts look different. Refer to the attached diagram for detail. The wire must rest at the center of the pad. You can use this diagram to roughly locate the similar parts in your 650H. Good Luck !!


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If the projector is indeed a Carousel 650H, then the chances are that the LINK that connects the cycle solenoid plunger to the cycle lever has broken/cracked. This LINK is made of plastic, and over time the plasticizers that keep it flexible evaporate into the atmosphere, leaving the part brittle. The good news is that while Kodak no longer stcks parts for any slide projector, the company that purchased their repair parts is: www.micro-tools.com This is not an easy repair, but once the part is replaced it will last a very long time! To purchase the part, contact micro-tools. I believe they have specific directions for making this repair, if you feel you can do it. If not, contact an authorized repair center to make the repair for you. Good Luck!

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The answer for the 2 machines is similar, but the repair is different. The clutch contact wire on the 650H has burned through the clutch contact. If it has just worn a notch in the clutch contact, you can bend the contact wire slightly to get it away from the notch. If the tip of the contact wire is burned off, you will be better off buying a used slide projector from someone, as parts for this generation of machines are long gone.
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