New video: In-ceiling projection screens and safety clip removal

Projection screens are roughly treated in transportation.

I often think there are drivers who try to beat their personal best and throw the screen as far in the van as possible. Luckily, in-ceiling screens are pretty have (because of the in-ceiling housing).

But, that means they are dropped easily and happily by some drivers. Dropping an in ceiling screen could result in pressure on the outisde box that’s transferred onto the chassis of the projection screen.

Since the lower bar is a movable part, the transferred pressure can push it into the housing. Leaving you unable to roll down the projection screen fabric, because the lower bar is jammed.

There are clips put onto the lower bar to prevent this from happening. But, they are wrapped around the lower bar. So when the screen arrives, you could easily think to pull them off before the screen is rolled down.

But it doesn’t work that way.

This video shows you exactly how it’s done. Good luck and let me know if you have any questions.
The video applies to the Beamax in-ceiling projection screens

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Comments

  1. Had I known this before, I wouldn’t have ruined my first projection screen. Maybe it’s an idea to put stuff like this in the manual!

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