Originally Posted by bradsjm
I received a 106" EluneVision High Definition Cinema Grey Motorized Screen from Eastporters. It arrived fairly quickly although barely in decent shape but I tested it and it does work.
However, there is no manual with this thing and I have a couple of questions. I emailed their support but no response yet (I'm disappointed you can't call for support, the phone number tells you to email them)
First, the specs say "automatic drop limit controls to adjust when screen stops" but I see no way to set this. How do I stop it from just dropping all the way until it runs out of material?
Second, when I retract the screen it stops about 3" from fully retracting. Anyone know how it senses when it is retracted and how I can fix this?
Any ideas would be greatly appreciated!
You can find an equivalent manual at the following link:http://www.optoma.ca/PDFs/usermanual...xxxEManual.pdf
Unfortunately it has some errors and ommisions. The correct steps are as follows:
- The diagram shows the middle screw Fasten Screw (F) in the wrong position. It should be below the other screws not above it.
- The screw on the left (LS) is used to adjust the upper limit. This is the screw on the left when facing the screen, do not go by the orientation in the diagram.
- The screw on the right (RS) is used to adjust the lower limit.
- Both LS and RS screws have graduations around the entire screw. This is misleading as the screws will only move between the 10:00 and 2:00 positions.
- The adjustment of the screws is very sensitive. Moving them a couple of milimeters can impact the screen travel.
Adjusting the drop is relatively easy once you know the correct steps.
1. lower the screen to the desired position
2. loosen the the screws (F, FR and RS)
3. turn the RS screw counter clockwise very slowly until you hear a faint click. You only need to turn it a short distance
4. tighten screw F (this step is missing from the manual)
5. check the adjustment by raising and lowering the screen.
- if the drop needs to be re-adjusted loosen screw F and repeat steps 1 -5.
- screw F needs to be tightened each time you test the adjustment otherwise you will loose the setting.
- once complete tighten all screws