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Posted by Alexa Alana (Member # 5324) on April 05, 2016, 07:37 PM:
I picked up the Kodak Instamatic M67 for rather cheap and I have used it a couple of times, however the machine only had one large belt that it was running with. This belt broke since it was installed incorrectly, and after doing some research I found that the machine actually runs with five belts. Does anyone have a service manual/diagram, or anything that may show how to install all of these belts? I'm at a complete loss since I had only looked at it when it had the one large belt in place.
Posted by Pasquale DAlessio (Member # 2052) on April 05, 2016, 07:46 PM:
Maybe a forum member has one that can take the back off and photo it so you can see the belt configuration?
Posted by Alexa Alana (Member # 5324) on April 05, 2016, 08:27 PM:
Ah, that's definitely an idea, as well! Though, I'm not sure if many have the projector since it seems to be more on the low-end side.
Posted by Janice Glesser (Member # 2758) on April 05, 2016, 10:17 PM:
Alexa...Here is a service manual listed on Ebay....but my guess is that it cost more than you paid for the projector.
I'd save your money and if you need a dual projector....spend the money on something in a little better condition
Posted by Thijs de Kort (Member # 4897) on April 06, 2016, 02:08 AM:
I have edited a picture from the van-eck website so you can see where (i think) the 5 belts are supposed to be placed.
Numbers + which belt is supposed to be there:
1: Front arm belt (inside the cap
2: Belt between arms
3: back arm belt (inside the cap)
4: big engine belt
5: small engine belt
Hope this helps you out.
Posted by Alexa Alana (Member # 5324) on April 06, 2016, 07:11 PM:
Thank you, Janice. That is definitely more than I paid for the projector itself, haha. I actually have another projector (the Keystone 2500), but the lens is foggy due to it coming from someone that was a smoker. This causes the picture to not be as colorful/sharp (working on replacing the lens if I can find another). This little kodak projector actually produces a stellar picture!
And, Thijs, thank you very much. Unfortunately, that is a completely different model. The belts are different in size/shape and the mechanisms inside are like night and day compared to mine.
Thank you both. The machine is working with just one of the five belts. It rubs a bit on the metal areas inside, however the belt could probably last years as it is.
Posted by Pasquale DAlessio (Member # 2052) on April 06, 2016, 07:52 PM:
Just found this on ebay. A little less expensive.
Posted by Alexa Alana (Member # 5324) on April 07, 2016, 12:34 AM:
Thank you, Pat! That is cheaper, but it just does not seem worth it since I have already invested $25 for the projector plus around $15 for the belts. As long as the projector works, I am pleased with it. It is actually working very well with just the one belt!
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