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Slide projector does not completey cycle

I reassembled a slide projector and now it does not complete the cycle

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Its possible that the spring came out from the slide after you've reassembled it.There are two plastic pieces that is part of the slide which holds springs. There are two springs in the slide, if one popped out then check out for other spring.the fitting of both the spring are in same way.but if the plastic lock is broken the spring cannot be fitted as original.you will have to do some modification manually to fit the spring.

I hope this helps. Thanks and good day.
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Posted on Jul 30, 2010

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