Question about NEC VT470 Multimedia Projector
I have a ceiling mounted data projector with my interactive whiteboard. The ceiling is VERY high and cleaning the filters is a mission! I need to purchase a cleaner and was wondering if an ordinary battery operated vacuum cleaner is strong enough to clean the filters or would a can of compressed air be better? There are other data projectors in my school but I don't think they've ever been cleaned!!!
Don't clean with compressed air, you will contaminate the air you breathe. I just bought a small ShopVac with an 18-foot hose to clean exactly what you're describing
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
I have found that compressed air works the best, but you need to get right to the filter and take it out and clean it, if you have a dirty filter for to long it can blow your bulb, i clean mine about every 200 hours or so.
Posted on Jul 12, 2009
Used compressed air, consider a pvc pipe for the long reach. Leave units off until dust settles
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
This is a solution for the VT 480 by NEC for filter clean. on the left side there are two slots that have dust filters which can slide vertically to reveal micro screens that one can blow, tap vigorously, or vacuum to remove any dust build up. I hope this helps you with your unit.
Posted on Jan 14, 2009
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