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I'm troubleshooting the Kodak Ektasound 130 film camera. Motor does not run. I have taken the cover off to check the belt, it is OK. ckecked batteries and contacts, they are OK as well. What to do?

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  • NJBob43 May 18, 2008

    For those that tell me to check the batteries read my post again. And, no, the camera has not been dropped.

    johnychel, mentions the "sliding region", what exatly is that?

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Hi there,

may i add;

make sure that the camera battery was fully charged, it is possible it stop workin cause of the unit ws dropped,.

did the camera still got a power..?

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Hi,
I tried my level best to search for the repairing guide to help you resolve the issue ,but didn't succeed but i got the solution for you ,you can use the link below to purchase repair guide for your Kodak Ektasound 130 film camera..
Link : http://www.craigcamera.com/lit_kodakrepair.htm

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Check the sliding region..

there may be some dirt blocking it to open...

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Have you try to charge again the battery..?

Posted on May 17, 2008

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    micromaster May 17, 2008

    any incidents happen to the camera before you have the problem.. did you dropped it or any..

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