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 Post subject: Re: Eumig lens and framing
PostPosted: Mon Jun 27, 2016 10:49 am 
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Sorry to see that there are no replies. Thanks anyway.


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Fixed it myself.


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How did you fix it??

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Its kind of funny but I found the problem.
The knob that moves the framing up and down I guess it was originally glued together , it was sitting as a sleeve on the rod going into the projector but since the glue I guess dried up over 40 or more years. ONLY the outer knob turned but it moved nothing inside. One drop of glue did the job. I hope U can understand what I mean. Let me know.
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I do understand. Good trouble shooting. [set5_b/set5_b/party.gif]

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Discovered this after opening the back and using a very very strong flashlight while turning the outer knob and seeing that nothing turned inside just pulled off the outside tip of the knob.
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