Question about Kodak Office Equipment & Supplies
There are 2 contacts in the slide change mechanism that control projector cycling. One rotates 360 degrees for every slide change, the other traps the rotating contact and holds it until the forward or reverse buttons are pushed again.
Given the age of the projector, my guess is that one of the 2 contacts are burned off, causing the projector to continuous cycle.
You may be able to gently(!) bend the "J"-shaped contact so that it once again stops the straight contact that rotates 360 degrees per cycle. This is a risky (and temporary) fix.
There are still dealers that are trained to make this repair. There is also a dealer online (www,micro-tools.com) that stocks many projector parts.
But it may be more cost-effective to shop for a gently used projector online (www.vinevalleyimaging.com is a good place to start).
Good Luck !!
Posted on May 25, 2011
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