Question about Kodak Office Equipment & Supplies
This is not an easy repair. It would probably be more cost-effective (if you will NEVER use the projector again) to rent one for the remainder of your project.
The problem you are describing is most likely a broken "link". The "link" connects the cycle solenoid to the slide change mechanism. Over time, this plastic "link" gets hard & brittle, and cracks, giving the failure you describe. It is a significant tear-down of the projector by a trained technician.
Posted on Nov 09, 2010
If you have not yet gotten your sorting done, there is a sort-of workaround when the link breaks. See the "Select" button on the side? If you quickly and lightly (try varying pressures and timing) brush down with your thumb on that Select button, usually the projector will advance. Slower but more reliable would be to simple press and hold the Select button down fully and manually rotate the tray back or forward. be certain you release the Select button when the slide is directly over the aperture(opening) to avoid jamming.
Posted on Nov 30, 2010
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