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post #1 of 4 Old 02-15-2001, 11:50 AM - Thread Starter
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Due to my ceiling being higher than I expected, I'll need to mount my Stewart StudioTek 130 Electriscreen about 10 inches below the ceiling using chains (and the eyebolts provided).

Is that going to shake or sway when watching a movie? Also, will it need time to "settle" when I first lower it?

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Thanks for the reply.

My screen is heavy though, and motorized. Hopefully it won't sway either.

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Actually the heavier the screen, the less it should budge. Heavy stuff takes more power to move, right?

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The last four people that had mounted there screens on some type of chain or thin cable systems, that I know of, did not have any problems. Make sure to close the windows!

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