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Jim Dahnert
Film Handler

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From: Racine, WI, USA
Registered: Jan 2018

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In going through my father's collection of drum and bugle corps items. I ran across some 16mm films that may be of vintage drum and bugle corps performances. My father also had the Natco 3030-1. The motor runs and the lamp is working. I noticed the little oil reservoir stating, "Oil Daily". I want to be sure I have the correct oil before I start viewing these films. Also, an operating manual would be helpful so that I do not have to guess on how to install the spring drives. Can anyone help me with this? Ultimately these films will be donated to (an online drum and bugle corps museum),or The Racine Heritage Museum with copies to for anyone in the world to access if they desire.

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Rick Raskin
Phenomenal Film Handler

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From: Manassas Virginia
Registered: Jan 2003

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Try posting your question at Lots of 16mm experts there.

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