Question about Eiki LC-XG210 Projector Multimedia Projector
I have 3-way wall switches to lower and raise both the screen and projector from the ceiling. Is it necessary to return the switch to the neutral position, or can it be left in the up/down position without burning up the motor?
Most Projection screens which are electronically operated have a couple of switches inside, so that when the motor runs to the stop point, the switch activates and the motor stoops. The central point is there purely to allow you to have the screen at a custom height, say to make a 4:3 screen appear as 16:9 without loads of white space around the picture. Also, if the motor didn't stop, it wouldn't burn out at low point, as it would simply wind the screen back up the wrong way round the axle.
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Posted on Mar 04, 2009
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Press the Menu button.
Select the Advanced menu. You see the features and their settings on the right side:
Press Enter and use the directional buttons and the Enter button to set the following option:
Front: Projector is in front of the screen
Front/Ceiling: Projector is in front of the screen, mounted upside-down from the ceiling
Rear: Projector is behind the screen
Rear/Ceiling: Projector is behind the screen, mounted upside-down from the ceiling
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