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KODAK EKTAGRAPHIC III Slide Projectors
Operating Manual

Important Safety Instructions

When using your projector, always follow basic safety precautions:

  1. Read and understand all instructions before using this equipment.
  2. Operate this projector with 110- to 125-volt 60 Hz current only. Incorrect voltage can cause projector malfunction. See Startup for Models III BR and III ABR, which feature a multi-voltage selector.)
  3. Close supervision is necessary when any appliance is used by or near children, or others who may not understand the need for these precautions. Do not leave the projector unattended during use.
  4. Be careful not to touch hot parts. For lamp replacement, allow the module to cool before touching the lamp and the surrounding area. Do not place the lamp module on heat-sensitive surfaces.
  5. Do not operate your projector if the cord is damaged or if the projector has been dropped or damaged (see How to Obtain Service).
  6. Position the cord so that it is not tripped over, pulled, or placed in contact with hot surfaces.
  7. If an extension cord is necessary, use a cord with a current rating at least equal to that of the projector. Cords rated for less amperage than the projector may overheat.
  8. Always unplug the projector from the electrical outlet before cleaning and servicing and when it is not in use.
  9. Allow the projector to cool before storing.
  10. Do not immerse this equipment in water or other liquids.
  11. Do not disassemble this projector. Use a qualified service technician when service or repair is required. Incorrect reassembly can cause electric shock the next time the projector is used.
  12. Use only safety electrical low-voltage (SELV) devices.
  13. The use of an accessory attachment not recommended by the manufacturer may increase risk of damage.
  14. Keep the air-flow vents unobstructed.

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Operating Manual Contents

| Important Safety Instructions | Overview | Introduction & Operation/Startup | Slide Tray | Projecting Your Slides | Editing Your Presentations | Clearing a Gate Jam | Using the Built-In Viewer | Using a Disolve Control | Shutdown | Maintenance | Changing the Projection Lamp | Cleaning the Condenser, Heat-Absorbing Glass, and Mirror | Troubleshooting | Warranty | How to Obtain Service | Special-Application Receptacle Identification Chart