[SlideCube] cube projector question
Sat, 20 Jul 2002 08:59:01 -0700 (PDT)
Thanks for replying. I pulled the turntable off,
and sure enough this gear is stripped.
Did you replace the gear yourself? How hard is it
to do? Checking the hear is easy, however to replace
the gear requires further dissassembly?
Anybody out there know how to do this? Also
where is the best place to get this gear, lowest
--- bgyori <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> We had our B & H slide projector for many years but
> recently when we went to
> use if after a long period of non-use it would not
> advance the slides. We
> were able to get a new gear for it at Camtex on
> Burrard St, Vancouver where
> we live. I don't know where you live so this may not
> be convenient. There
> are sites on the web that advertise the parts. Hope
> you can get it fixed.
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> > I just bought a used cube projector autofocus bell
> > howell
> > Reverse does not work at all just clicks and
> > moves a little.
> > Forward works, but turntable moves slowly.
> > like it might stop at any time. I ran 4 or 5
> > and then even in forward, it was stopping in
> > slides. I turned it off for a while.
> > Now forward works as before, but turntable
> > slowly. But it works I ran about 20 cubes. Reverse
> > still doesn't work.
> > Is this a serious problem? Can I fix it?
> > Thanks
> > Tony
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