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I bought this projector and it wont plug in. It came with two cords. One to move the slide from one to the next. The other cord to plug it into the projector on the side but it wont plug into the projector.

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  • Jim Auburn Mar 27, 2011

    Is this a Kodak Slide Projector? If so, please specify the model name / number. Thanks !



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I suggest you contact: They are a repair / spare parts re-seller. They have a wide assortment of Power Cords, and if you provide them with the manufacturer & model, they should have a cord available to fit your projector. Good Luck!!

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