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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You can use an ENH lamp which is 250 watts. it costs more (shop around- margins are high on lamps) but lasts an average of 175 hours vs the 300 watt ELH lamp at 35 hours.
You can also get ELH and ENH lamps from Wiko and Fuji in a "-5" version, ie ELH-5. It's built for 125 volts rather than the typical actual house voltage of 110-120 v. This allows them to burn much longer. There is a marginal lowering of light output in these forms.
Posted on Feb 06, 2008
The most common causefor the failure of the slide tray to advance or reverse is the breakageof this small Link (part # 217769). It fits on the end of the solenoid actuator arm and is held in place by a Rivet (part # 159943). Thereplacement of this part does not take a rocket scientist, however, amoderate mechnical aptitude skill is required.
This Set contains 1 Link and 1 Rivet. If your projector Does NOT have a focus motor in it, then this is the kit for you. If your projector does have a focus motor, please order "KODAK-KIT" From: https://www.micro-tools.com/store/item_detail.aspx?ItemCode=LINK
Posted on May 31, 2009
A common cause for that problem is a broken plastic "link" on the solenoid (Kodak part #217769). There are repair shops who can replace this part. It is very difficult to replace by yourself. http://www.kodak.com/global/en/service/repair/slideProj/index.jhtml
Posted on Nov 11, 2009
Sorry, I don't have a solution for you, but am in the same boat, with a model AF70 and another earlier model, both off eBay, with the same problem as yours. Trying to get a replacement for my father because he enjoys looking at the family slides (he's 74 ). I'll keep in touch if I find a solution and hope you do the same!
Posted on Mar 03, 2010
SOURCE: I bought a used kodak
The KODAK Carousel 650 was manufactured approximately between 1964 and 1971.
Try removing the tray and pressing the cycle button(s) on the side of the projector. Watch the levers in the cut-out on the top of the projector. The lever closest to the rear of the projector should move back & forth (as you actuate the cycle buttons). The lever toward the front of the projector should extend and push forward (front of the projector) when you push the "forward" button, & extend and push toward the rear in reverse. If you are not seeing these levers move as described, then the chances of your projector needing a repair are likely. The good news: parts are still available. The bad news: You will have to find a factory-trained repair dealer to make the repairs for you.
Posted on Nov 04, 2010
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