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[filmscanners] Re: Cleaning SS4000 scanner



On 20/07/2009 snsok@cox.net wrote:
> After I removed the lamp, I tried to remove the film carrier.  With
> the scanner oriented in the same fashion as the background shot on
> the website you quote below, I removed the two sheet metal "caps"
> that retain the ends of the rails.

I took those out and promptly put them back again as they got me nowhere.

> I suspect the two other screws
> that you refer to are under the film carriage on the left side.

No, the black plastic cover to the transport has 4 screws You've marked
one and identified its opposite number. There is a 3rd screw down a hole
(top rhs of the cover, as shown), and the 4th retains the cover over the
stepper mechanism  - the slim rectangular box protuberance that your LH
sketched blue line crosses. Essentially, there is a screw in each of the 4
corners of the transport cover.

Sorry I didn't photograph what I did, but it was ad hoc impatience at
1.30am after I got fed up with flary scans.

> I should have powered up the device and moved the carriage to the
> right--or used the suggestion of gaining access to the worm gear and
> moving it while powered off. Did you have to do one of those two
> options?
>

I did neither, just ejected the film carrier, turned the scanner off and
took the lid off.

--
Regards

Tony Sleep
http://tonysleep.co.uk

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