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No user guide or manual

I have just bought a second hand CTX EzPro 600 projector in excellent condition. However it has no remote control or instructions. I have no idea how to use it? I would like to watch old films on a big screen. Any idea how to get hold of some intructions? Regards Dorrie

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  • Anonymous Apr 17, 2009

    I have just bought a second hand CTX EzPro 600 projector it has no remote control or instructions. I have no idea how to use it? I would like to do powerpoints. Any idea how to get hold of some intructions?

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Hi, I have a user manual for this projector in PDF format, if you email me at [email protected] I will send you a copy.

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Chris Woodward

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WHAT YOU SEE IS WHAT YOU GET. WIRE IT UP FROM YOUR DVD PLAYER OUTPUTS WITH THE CABLES TO THE INPUTS ON THE PROJECTOR AND YOU"RE READY TO WATCH.

Posted on Sep 28, 2008

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You will have to contact the manufacturer for a manual. But, you may not need it. Plug the unit in & project the image where you can see it, focus as necessary. Use the controls on the unit to explore the on screen menus. This will give you an idea of what controls are available & what they do. To input a video signal, simply run a cable from your DVD player's output to a matching input connector on the projector. As long as the connectors match, the projector should accept the signal, but no harm will result if it does not. You cannot harm the unit by exploring the controls, as long as you remember what you change & change it back before leaving that menu setting.

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