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Tray will not advance

The carosel does not turn when the forward or backward buttons are deopressed. However when the large rectangular button is depressed the trat can be turned by hand ans released

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The problem you describe is most likely a broken spring on the lever that moves the tray forward or reverse. The repair requires dis-assembly of the projector and the slide change mechanism and adjustment after re-assembly. I recommend you contact a factory trained repair dealer to make the repair.

Posted on Nov 22, 2010

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