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When I push my forward or back button on my 750 carousel projector I just get a hum noise, carousel does not move. I just replaced bulb, can see slides if I put in individually. Any suggestions?

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The "hum" you hear is the cycle solenoid. Its normal movement is somehow being restricted, thus preventing your projector from cycling. Given the large number of possible solutions (or causes), I would consult with an Authorized Repair Dealer to minimize time and parts expense!

Posted on Nov 12, 2010

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