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the kodak system uses a countdown system that assumes you use a certain amount of ink re sheet regegardless of how much ink you accutualy use, the counter system starts everyt ime you turn the printer on, so the only way to extend the life of the ink is not to turn the printer off netween use, which the domestic useres do not of course do what i did throw the printer away and get a new one not Kodak sh*t

Kodak HERO 7.1... | Answered on Oct 05, 2018


Mecha error 07 and 08 are malfunctions of the paper feed pinch motor located in the right side of the paper compartment. The paper feed pinch is the first roller to grab the paper when it feeds into the machine. This error is tricky. I will walk you through a few fixes.
The first fix is to just power cycle the printer and try to reload the paper. Occasionally the pinch arm will end up in the wrong position due to the printer stopping because the ribbon was empty.
The second fix is to check and make sure that the sensor arm is reaching both sensors on the motor. Sometimes the arm binds on the metal plate inside the paper compartment causing it to not reach the sensor.
The third fix is to start replacing parts. The two things to start with would be the sensors and, although rare, the motor itself. After those are ruled out the only other options are the wiring harness running from the sensors to the junction board, the junction board itself, the power cable running from the junction board to the controller board, and then finally the controller board itself.

Good luck!

Kodak 6800... | Answered on Oct 04, 2018


I can think of three possible reasons for the continuous focus adjustments: the autofocus system may have a bind; it might be in need of calibration; or the curvature of the slides keep changing because of the varying heat absorption rate of the transparency.
Unfortunately, aside from making sure that all the slides are in the same orientation as the tray, there isn't much that the average user can do to correct the continuous focus adjustments.

The lens focus ring is set and calibrated by the manufacturer using precision instruments like MTF testing benches and many other specialized tools, thus making it difficult for end users to perform any sort of manual adjustments. I would get in touch with the manufacturer to see if either repair or replacement would be a viable option.



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Kodak Carousel... | Answered on Sep 15, 2018


IF you are saying that the glass pieces have come out of a lens assembly on a kodak slide projector. you are going to have to try them all and see what is best.

Kodak Office... | Answered on Sep 08, 2018


This problem has plagued me for a very long time. The issue is that the printer head is "glued" in the resting position under the guard of the printer, so you can't remove the ink cartridges to clean it. Solution is to (I know this sounds stupid, but it works) turn the printer on the side where the printer cartridges are (if they are stuck on the left side, turn the printer on its side so the cartridges are on the bottom). Turn the printer on, and the cartridges magically start moving! I guess there are some sensors that get tricked out when you tip the printer on its side. If the cartridges are still stuck, click the "ok" button, and before it gets a chance to see if you actually fixed the problem, turn the printer off using the power button. It takes a long time, but you should see the ink trap lower (release the ink cartridges) and the ink cartridges start moving to prepare for shutdown! Grab the cartridges when they move out of their hiding place and don't let them go back until you clean the print head so it doesn't get stuck again. Remove the ink cartridges, then push the grey tab to release the print head. Wipe the bottom of the print head clean with rubbing alcohol (it will have a lot of gooey - sticky ink stuck on the bottom). I used nail polish remover since I didn't have rubbing alcohol available. You can also wipe down the ink pad which is where the ink cartridges were previously jammed to clean up more of the mess and prevent this sort of thing happening again too soon. Good luck!

Kodak ESP 7250... | Answered on Aug 23, 2018

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