Please include this form with your projector: Repair Form
Kodak's Ektagraphic and Medalist 35mm slide projectors were the gold standard for decades. Well made and dependable, many units are still going strong 20 or even 30 years later. But even the most careful use will leave the projectors full of dust over the years. We will remove all that and return your unit to its former glory.
LeZot Camera Repair does more than cameras; we have also been servicing Kodak slide projectors for nearly 30 years, and all projectors are serviced by our Master Technician, who is factory trained. We were also an Authorized Service Center for many years, back when Kodak warranties were in effect. Please note that this service is for Kodak Ektagraphic and Medalist projectors ONLY, and we do not work on other brands. Please see below for a partial list of models included. For Carousel projectors, please see our separate listing.
Our repair service includes repair labor for all common problems, as well as complete internal and external cleaning of your Kodak Carousel Projector, calibration, adjustment and lubrication.
If parts are needed, we will contact you with a revised estimate in advance. Please note that bulb replacement is NOT included in this price.
When sending the projector to us for service, please do NOT send any slides or slide trays. Any other accessories (lenses, cords, remotes) may be sent at your discretion, but are not needed.
Please package very carefully, and include a copy of your order confirmation email in the package.
LeZot's Complete Camera Center
8016 Williston Road
Williston, VT 05495
Ektagraphic, Ektagraphic II
Ektagraphic III: IIIA, IIIAM, IIIAS, IIIAT, IIIATS, IIIB, IIIBR, IIIE, IIIE plus, IIIES, IIIJE, IIIPlus B, IIBR
4200, 4200J, 4200K, 4400, 4600K
5200, 5200K, 5400, 5600, 5600K, 5600J
Medalist I, II, AF
AF-1, AF-2, AF-2K, AF-3
If you do not see your model mentioned above, please contact us (Repair@LeZot.com or 802-662-4932).
The technicians at Lezot are the best! When my Dad passed recently, we discovered over 3,000 slides that he had stored in his closet. I had an old Kodak carousel projector from the early 1980's that I still had in my closet, (not sure why) so I got that out to view all the slides. Problem was the projector would get stuck and would advance the slides so fast that you couldn't see them. LeZot was the only company in the US (that I could find) that still did repair work on Kodak projectors! Texas to Vermont is quite a distance to send off equipment (with fingers crossed) to be repaired, but nervousness turned to confidence as soon as I emailed them with some questions. They were very responsive over email and kept me informed every step of the way. Today my projector came back and it works as good as new!!
If you have an old slide projector - don't throw it out! I'm sure the guys at LeZot and bring it back to life!!