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I am working with a Kodak slide projector, when i turn the power on, then turn the dial to "lamp on", the fan begins and i can see the light is working, BUT it will not stop advancing. I can look inside the lens and it seems something is blocking the view but i do not know what. Any help would be appreciated! Thank you! Charlie

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Sounds like the screen darking shutter is stuck up remove the lens and push it down with a screw driver sotf ly if it does not move go thru the open ing on the top of the unit and push down on the bar that operates the shutter

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