There are certain precautions you can take when using your projector on a regular basis that will improve the lifespan and protect your investment.
1. ARM (Always Read the Manual)
Yes, the manual. That plastic bag with the paper booklet that you toss in the drawer after pulling the remote batteries out of the bag. That manual is the best resource you have at your fingertips. Every projector being sold today will have an operating manual in either hard copy or electronic format. Taking the time to read through the operating manual in detail before using the projector is the best way to begin. It will instruct you on the correct way to operate your projector.
2. Choose your Projector Location Wisely.
There is more to positioning your projector than just finding out where the image will look the best. It’s imperative to leave at least 6-12 inches of space around the unit to allow for proper heat ventilation. Without proper ventilation, the heat that builds up in your projector cannot escape, which can cause damage to the projector’s internal parts and drastically shorten your lamp life.
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