Kodak S-AV 2050 projector.

Discussion in 'Kodak' started by John Ely, Jan 17, 2005.

  1. John Ely

    John Ely Guest

    Hello,
    I recently purchased one of these at an auction it seems to work
    OK , however I was wondering what the switch on the front left of the unit
    (next to the lamp intensity switch) does.
    Thanks John Ely Australia.
     
    John Ely, Jan 17, 2005
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  2. John Ely

    John Ely Guest

    Sorry the projector is an S-AV 2010 not a 2050
    John Ely.
     
    John Ely, Jan 17, 2005
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  3. John Ely

    me Guest

    Hi John,
    Begin on page 9 of this manual:
    http://www.anu.edu.au/business/room_list/mcc_t6.pdf
    Good Luck,
    me
     
    me, Jan 17, 2005
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  4. John Ely

    Keith Holley Guest


    That is the Return to Zero switch. It went activated detects a empty
    slide slot/position and returns the tray to zero position.
    To see it working place tray on the projector with 5 slides, switch on the
    return to zero switch and operate the projector. When the tray reseaches
    the sixth slot being empty it will return to zero either clockwise or
    anti-clockwise depenting on the position of the switch.

    A couple of tips with S-AV projectors make sure slide trays are in good
    condition that is no missing or damage pins and that the base plate is not
    damage in anyway. Always place the slide tray on the projector and gently
    rock back and forth until it locks never, never just drop slide tray on the
    projector as you cause more damage to projector as well as to the slide tray.


    Keith
     
    Keith Holley, Jan 23, 2005
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