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ELH bulbs can be purchased online from both adorama and b & h photo in new york!

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I got some off of ebay dirt cheap.. search for 8549-1 Elmo or A24V 6W

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You can use an ENH lamp which is 250 watts. it costs more (shop around- margins are high on lamps) but lasts an average of 175 hours vs the 300 watt ELH lamp at 35 hours.

You can also get ELH and ENH lamps from Wiko and Fuji in a "-5" version, ie ELH-5. It's built for 125 volts rather than the typical actual house voltage of 110-120 v. This allows them to burn much longer. There is a marginal lowering of light output in these forms.

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I have a Kodak Ektagraphic with no model listed on it at all. How can I find a replacement bulb, all I can find look wrong.

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How do you remove the working parts from the outer case of Kodak Ektagraphic E2

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Kodak Ektagraphic model B-2 slide projector.- It does not start. I checked the power cable and motor OK but I don't know how to reach and check the thermal fuses. I also don't know how to reach the...

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I have a 750H Kodak slide projector. Where do I find a bulb for it?

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I am looking for a replacement bulb for a Kodak carousel projector model # 650H where can I find one

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I'm having trouble changing the bulb in a Kodak Ektagraphic AF-1 slide projector. The bulb doesn't fit easily into the housing and I don't want to force it.

First of all, verify you are using the correct lamp: it should be a 120volt, 300watt, ANSI Code "ELH" lamp. (This may seem too basic, but you'd be surprised at the number of people who try the incorrect lamp).
If the lamp is correct and you can not insert it by pushing the base of the lamp into the terminal connector relatively easily, then chances are you have a build-up of material on one or both of the lamp contacts caused by arcing (arcing is caused by loose lamp terminal contacts). If this is the case, then you need to replace the lamp terminal assembly (the ceramic-like white piece the lamp terminals should slide into). You should still be able to buy a lamp terminal assembly for your Ektagraphic AF-1 from:
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I live in nyc where can i get replacement bulbs for the ektagraphic

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Koday Ektagraphic III projection lamp differences

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Alternatively you can use EXW lamps which are high brightness (though still 300 watts). However these are very expensive and have a short lamp life...15 hours I think.

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