Dust cover for a projector

Discussion in 'Displays' started by Chad Isaacs, Apr 7, 2006.

  1. Chad Isaacs

    Chad Isaacs Supporting Actor

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    Hey guys,

    Last week my Z3 projector was finally delivered. I was home sick with bronchitis most of the week so I had time to play with it at least once or twice a day. Well,now I am back to work and just do not have as much time. Last night when I got home from work ( I work 2-11 pm) I thought I might watch a movie. I went over to turn the Z3 on and it is covered in dust.

    My house was built in 1920, plaster walls,poor ventalation etc. so it is a very dusy house. I am just renting it so I have tried not to invest too much in finding a fix for that problem, but!!! I don't want dust gathering on my toys. Any ideas?
     
  2. Paul_Scott

    Paul_Scott Lead Actor

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    you're right to be spooked- dust is a menace and can seriously negatively affect the picture-


    i use the dust covers they sell for computers and moniters for mine when not in use.
     
  3. ChrisWiggles

    ChrisWiggles Producer

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    Clean the fan filter, if applicable. Blow dust off the lenses regularly, and clean them (minimially as possible). If you can fashion some lens covers that is also a good idea.
     

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