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#1 jim zeigler

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Posted 09 April 2006 - 01:26 PM

Sorry, this is likly the wrong forum, but I am having a hard time findin parts for an old film projector handed down in the family. We found a 1939 Kodascope Model G series II, and need a few replacement parts for it, if someone could point me in the right drection, it would be a big help.

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James
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#2 Charles MacDonald

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Posted 09 April 2006 - 07:56 PM

Sorry, this is likly the wrong forum, but I am having a hard time findin parts for an old film projector handed down in the family. We found a 1939 Kodascope Model G series II, and need a few replacement parts for it, if someone could point me in the right drection, it would be a big help.
Thank you,
James


I am sure that Kodak has probaly discoontinued parts for these quite some time ago, which leaves you with e-bay and varrous collectors.

What parts do you need? Electrical parts can sometimes be repleced with generic subsitutes. mechnical parts can sometimes be made from scratch. Some specialized projector parts are actullay generic from spalasits makers. (their is one outfit that I came across on the wab that just makes things like Sprokets for things.
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