Dukane ImagePro 7100HC Users Manual

Dukane ImagePro 7100HC Users Manual
Model 28A7100HC
User's Guide
401-599-00
EMC Directive 89/336/EEC, Amended by 93/68/EEC
EMC: EN 55022
EN 55024
EN 61000-3-2
EN 61000-3-3
Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC, Amended by 93/68/EEC
Safety: EN 60950: 2000
November, 2002
Australian Certification C-tick mark
Trademarks
Apple, Macintosh, and PowerBook are trademarks or registered trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc. IBM and PS/2 are trademarks or registered trademarks of International
Business Machines, Inc. Microsoft, PowerPoint, and Windows are trademarks or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. InFocus and LP are trademarks or registered
trademarks of InFocus Corporation.
FCC Warning
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and
used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user
is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
--Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
--Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
--Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
--Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Canada
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
Safety Certifications
UL, c-UL, TÜV, NOM, IRAM, GOST
If you are experienced in setting up projection systems, use the Quick Setup
card that was included. For complete details on connecting and operating
the projector, refer to this User’s Guide.
Table of Contents
Introduction
Positioning the projector
Connecting a computer source
Required computer connections
Optional computer connections
Displaying a computer source image
Adjusting the image
Using the projector with Windows 98 for the first time
Connecting a video device
Video connections
Video device connections
Composite video connection
S-video connection
Component video connection
VGA connection
Displaying video
Adjusting the image
Shutting down the projector
Troubleshooting your setup
Using the remote control
Using the audio
Using the keypad buttons
Optimizing computer images
Presentation features
Optimizing video images
Customizing the projector
Using the menus
Picture menu
Settings menu
Maintenance
Cleaning the Lens
Replacing the Projection Lamp
Cleaning the Lamp Housing Screens
Using the security lock
Appendix
Specifications
Projected image size
Red LED Behavior and Projector Errors
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The website also has technical specifications (an interactive image size calculator, laptop activation commands, connector pin outs, a glossary, the
product data sheet), a web store to buy accessories, and a page for online
registration.
Important Operating Considerations
Do not place the projector on a tablecloth or other soft coverings that may
block the front or back vents. Do not use a non-approved ceiling mount. In
the unlikely event of the bulb rupturing, thoroughly clean the area in front
of the projector and discard any edible items that may have been placed in
that area.
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.6m)
Do not place objects in
this area in front
of the projector
Introduction
speaker
keypad
Your new digital projector is easy to connect, use, and maintain. It is an
exceptional projector for both business presentations and home entertainment. Dukane 28A7100HC is compatible with a wide variety of computers and
video devices, including:
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power switch
Most standard VCRs, DVD players (progressive and interlaced), HDTV
sources (1080i, 1035i, and 720P HDTV formats), TV and satellite tuners,
camcorders, video games, and laser disc players.
remote control
receiver (IR)
IBM-compatible computers, including laptops, up to 1024x768 resolution.
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Apple
lution.
Macintosh®
and
PowerBook®
power cord
connector
adjustable foot release
focus (thin ring)
zoom (thick ring)
computers up to 1024x768 reso-
The projector has native SVGA 800x600 resolution and comes with the following standard accessories.
lamp
housing
door
connector
panel
projector
security lock
lens cap
computer cable
projector
case
adjustable foot
audio
cable
power cord*
*country-dependent
video
cable
audio
adapter
remote
control
monitor
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computer S-video video audio
USB
Positioning the projector
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Position the projector the desired distance from the screen. The distance
from the lens of the projector to the screen, the zoom setting, and the
video format determine the size of the projected image. The top illustration to the right shows three projected image sizes. For more information about image sizes at different distances, see “Projected image
size” on page 40.
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The image exits the projector at a given angle. The image offset is
112.2% when the projector is in 4:3 mode (default mode). This means
that if you have an image 10’ high, the bottom of the image will be 1.22’
above the center of the lens.
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This image offset is 124.7% when the projector is in 16:9 mode. This
means that if you have an image 10’ high, the bottom of the image will
be 2.47’ above the center of the lens.
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See “Connecting a video device” on page 11 for additional information
on 16:9 and 4:3 modes.
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If you are installing the projector on the ceiling, refer to the installation
guide that comes with the Ceiling Mount Kit for more information. To
turn the image upside down, see “Ceiling” on page 33.
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Position the projector within 10 feet (3m) of your power source and
within 6 feet (1.8m) of your video device (unless you purchase extension cables). To ensure adequate cable access, do not place the projector
within 6 inches (.15m) of a wall or other object.
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Position the projector on a flat surface at a right angle to the screen. The
projector must be at least 4.9 feet (1.49m) from the projection screen.
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To determine where to position the projector, consider the size and shape of
your screen, the location of your power outlets, and the distance between
the projector and the rest of your equipment. Here are some general guidelines:
4.8 ft.
10 ft high
image
bottom of image
1.22 ft above lens
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19 ft.
7.5 ft.
Projection angle in 4:3 mode (default)
lens center
Connecting a computer source
connect computer cable
Required computer connections
Connect one end of the computer cable (see page 11 for connecting video
devices) to the dark blue Computer In connector on the projector. Connect
the other end to the video port on your computer. If you are using a desktop
computer, you will need to disconnect the monitor cable from the computer’s video port first.
Connect the black power cord to the Power connector on the side of the projector and to your electrical outlet.
connect power cable
NOTE: Always use the power cord that shipped with the projector.
Optional computer connections
connect audio cable
To have sound with your presentation, connect the audio cable to your computer and to the Audio In connector on the projector.
connect monitor cable
If you are using a desktop computer and want to see the image on your
computer screen as well as on the projection screen, connect the computer’s
monitor cable to the Monitor Out connector on the projector.
To control your computer’s mouse using the projector’s remote control, connect the projector to the computer via a USB cable (not included). USB drivers must be installed to use the USB feature. For more information, see
page 10.
connect USB cable
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Displaying a computer source image
remove lens cap
Remove the lens cap.
Toggle the Power switch on the side of the projector to the On position.
toggle Power switch
The LED flashes green and the fans start to run. When the lamp comes on,
the start up screen displays and the LED is steady green. It can take a
minute for the image to achieve full brightness.
? No start up screen? Get help on page 17.
Turn on your computer.
turn on computer
The computer’s image should appear on the projection screen. If it doesn’t,
press the Computer button on the projector’s keypad.
If your computer has Windows 98 as its operating system, see “Using the
projector with Windows 98 for the first time” on page 9 regarding the driver
setup process.
Make sure your laptop’s external video port is active.
activate laptop’s external port
Many laptops do not automatically turn on their external video port when a
projector is connected. Usually a key combination like FN + F5 is used to
turn the external display on and off. Refer to your laptop’s documentation
to learn your laptop’s key combination.
? No laptop image? Try pressing the Auto Image button on the keypad. Get help on page 18.
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Adjusting the image
adjust height
Adjust the height of the projector, if necessary, by pressing the release button to extend the foot.
rotate
leveling
foot
Rotate the leveling foot located at the rear of the projector, if necessary.
elevator
foot
Avoid placing your hands in near the hot exhaust vent in front of the projector.
release button
adjust distance
Position the projector the desired distance from the screen at a 90 degree
angle to the screen.
See page 40 for a table listing screen sizes and distances.
adjust zoom or focus
Adjust the zoom or focus.
focus
(thin ring)
If the image is not square, adjust the keystone using the buttons on the keypad.
adjust keystone
Press the top Keystone button to reduce the upper part of the image, and
press the bottom Keystone button to reduce the lower part.
Adjust the Contrast or Brightness in the Picture menu.
adjust Picture menu
See page 30 for help with these menu adjustments.
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zoom
(thick ring)
Using the projector with Windows 98 for the first
time
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The first time you connect a computer running Windows 98 to the projector,
the computer recognizes the projector as “new hardware” and the Add
New Hardware Wizard appears. Follow these instructions to use the Wizard to load the correct driver (which was installed with your Windows
operating system).
If you are running Windows 2000 or Windows ME, skip these steps and go
to “Adjusting the image” on page 8.
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a Click Next to begin searching for the driver.
b Make sure “Search for the best driver” is selected, then click Next.
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c Uncheck any checked boxes, then click Next. Windows automatically
locates the driver. If this driver has been removed, reload the driver using
your Windows operating system CD.
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d When Windows finds the driver, you are ready to install it. Click Next.
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Skip this page if you did not connect a USB mouse cable
For Windows 98:
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If you connected the USB cable, the Add New Hardware Wizard
appears again. Drivers must be installed to use the USB functionality.
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The Wizard launches three times.
The first time it detects a USB Composite Device.
The second time a USB Human Interface Device (for the keyboard).
The third time it detects a USB Human Interface Device (for the
mouse).
For Windows 2000, Windows ME, and Windows XP:
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The USB drivers are automatically installed.
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Connecting a video device
You can connect VCRs, DVD players, camcorders, digital cameras, video
games, HDTV receivers, and TV tuners to the projector. There is also an
audio input. You can connect the audio directly to the projector to get sound
from the onboard speaker, or you can connect it to your stereo’s receiver to
get sound from your own speakers.
Before connecting your projector, you should decide which aspect ratio you
want to use. Aspect ratio is the ratio of the image width to image height. TV
screens are usually 4:3, which is the default for this projector. HDTV and
most DVDs are 16:9. If you’re projecting onto a screen, the size/shape of the
screen may answer this question for you. If you are projecting onto a blank
wall, you don’t have the screen size restriction. What you plan to project
will also help you choose between 4:3 and 16:9. Most regular TV shows are
4:3, while most movies are 16:9.
If you select 4:3 and play TV, the image will fill the screen. If you select 16:9
and play HDTV, the image will fill the screen. However, if you select 4:3 and
play a 16:9 DVD, the image may be compressed horizontally or have black
bars along the top and bottom. If you select 16:9 and play regular TV, the
image may be stretched horizontally or have black bars along the sides. You
can make this selection later using the onscreen menus (page 30), but for
now you just need to know which format you’ll use most often.
16:9 image in a 4:3 space
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4:3 image in a
16:9 space
black bars
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You can connect the projector to most video devices that can output video.
You cannot directly connect the coaxial cable that enters your house from a
cable or satellite company, the signal must pass through a tuner first. Examples of tuners are digital cable boxes, VCRs, digital video recorders, and satellite TV boxes. Basically, any device that can change channels is considered
a tuner.
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black bars
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black bars
black bars
Here is a list of possible input signals and the connectors they should be
connected to on the projector:
Video connections
The next step is to figure out what type of connectors/output the equipment you want to connect has. If there is more than one output, select the
one with the highest quality. Component video has the best quality, followed by S-video, then composite video.
If you are connecting the projector to HDTV, the projector’s computer connector should be used.
Keep in mind that HDTV and progressive sources can only be handled
through the projector’s VGA connector. The optional Component to S-video
adapter does not function with progressive sources. With progressive
sources, the Component video connector requires the optional Component
to VESA adapter.
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Input Signal
Connector
Connector Label on
Projector
Standard Broadcast
TV (not HDTV), via
cable, digital cable,
satellite TV, DVD,
VCR, DirectTV
Composite video
Video In
S-video
S-video
Component Video
S-video (via the
optional Component to S-video
adapter)
HDTV, Progressive
DVD, Progressive
Video Game
VGA
Computer In
Component video
Component Video
(via the optional
Component to VESA
adapter)
Video Camera,
Video Game
Composite video
Video In
S-video
S-video
Video device connections
Composite video connection
Plug the included video cable’s yellow connector into the video-out connector on your video device. Plug the other yellow connector into the yellow
Video In connector on the projector. Plug the included audio adapter’s
white connector into the left audio out connector on your video device; plug
the audio adapter’s red connector into the right audio out connector on the
video device. Plug the included audio cable into the black connector on the
audio adapter. Plug the other end of the audio cable into the blue Audio In
connector on the projector.
connect video cable and audio cable (via
the audio adapter)
Keep in mind that video output from composite connections are not as high
quality as S-video or component.
S-video connection
If your video device uses a round, four-prong S-video connector, plug an Svideo cable (sold separately) into the S-video connector on your video
device and into the S-video connector on the projector. Use the audio cable
and the audio adapter as described above.
connect S-video and audio cable (via
audio adapter)
Keep in mind that S-video delivers higher quality video output than composite, but not as high quality video output as component.
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Component video connection
connect component cables via component
to S-video adapter and audio cables via
audio adapter
or
via component to VESA adapter and
audio adapter
If your video device has component connectors, use a Component to Svideo adapter or the Component to VESA adapter (available from a thirdparty vendor) for HD and progressive sources. Plug the component cable
into the video device. Plug the other end of the component cable into the
adapter and plug the adapter into the projector’s S-video (for S-video) or
Computer in (for VESA) connector. Use the audio adapter as described on
the previous page.
Component
to VESA
Component connection offers the highest quality video output.
Component
to S-video
connect VGA cable and
audio cable via audio
adapter
VGA connection
If your video device has a 15-pin VGA output, plug one end of the included
computer cable to the VGA connector on your video source. This connector
may be labeled “To Monitor” on the video source. Plug the other end of the
cable into the Computer In connector on the projector.
Use the audio adapter as described on the previous page.
connect power cable
Connect the power cord to the Power connector on the side of the projector
and to your electrical outlet.
NOTE: Always use the power cord that shipped with the projector.
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Displaying video
remove lens cap
Remove the lens cap.
toggle Power switch
Toggle the Power switch on the side of the projector to the On position.
The LED flashes green and the fans start to run. When the lamp comes on,
the start-up screen is displayed and the LED is steady green. It can take a
minute for the image to achieve full brightness.
? No start up screen? Get help on page 18.
Plug in and turn on your video device.
turn on video device
The video device’s image should appear on the projection screen. If it
doesn’t, press the Video button on the keypad.
? No image? Get help on page 21.
Adjusting the image
adjust height
Adjust the height of the projector by pressing the release button to extend
the foot.
Rotate the leveling foot at the rear of the projector, if necessary.
elevator
foot
adjust distance
Position the projector the desired distance from the screen at a 90 degree
angle to the screen.
See page 40 for a table listing screen sizes and distances to the screen.
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release button
rotate
leveling
foot
Adjust the zoom and focus.
adjust zoom and focus
focus
(thin ring)
If the image is not square, adjust the keystone using the buttons on the keypad. Press the top Keystone button to reduce the upper part of the image,
and press the bottom Keystone button to reduce the lower part.
adjust keystone
adjust volume
Adjust the volume on the keypad or remote.
Adjust the Contrast, Brightness, Color, Tint, or Aspect Ratio in the Picture
menu. See page 30 for help with the menus and these adjustments.
adjust Picture menu options
including Aspect Ratio
For Aspect Ratio, keep in mind that DVD players must be configured for
16:9 in order to view the highest quality image. For more information
regarding Aspect Ratio, see page 11.
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zoom
(thick ring)
Shutting down the projector
Troubleshooting your setup
The projector automatically displays a black screen after no active source is
detected for 30 minutes. This black screen helps preserve the life of the projector. The image returns when an active source is detected or a remote or
keypad button is pressed.
If your image appears correctly on the screen, skip to the next section. If it
does not, troubleshoot the setup.
The LED on top of the projector indicates the state of the projector and can
help you troubleshoot.
Screen Save
Table 1: LED behavior and meaning
You can make the black screen appear after a preset number of minutes by
turning on the Screen Save feature in the Settings>System menu. See
page 33.
Power Save
The projector also has a Power Save feature that automatically turns the
lamp off after no active sources are detected and no user interaction with
the projector is performed for 20 minutes. By default, this feature is off. See
page 33.
LED color/behavior
Meaning
solid green
The power switch has been toggled on
and the software has initialized or the projector has been powered off via the
remote.
blinking green
The power switch has been toggled on
and the software is initializing, or the projector is powering down and the fans are
running to cool the lamp.
blinking red
A fan or lamp failure has occurred. Make
sure the vents aren’t blocked (see
page 23).Turn off the projector and wait
one minute, then turn the projector on
again. If the projector has been working
for 3,000 hours or more (page 36),
replace the lamp and reset the lamp timer.
Contact Technical Support if the problem
persists.
Turning off the projector
You can turn the projector off simply by toggling the power switch to the off
position.
You can also press the remote’s Power button to place the projector in the
Off state while it is running. When the Power button is pressed twice (once
to start the power-down process and a second time to verify that you want
to power the projector off), the lamp turns off and the LED blinks green for
one (1) minute while the fans continue to run to cool the lamp. While the
LED is blinking green, the projector does not accept any keypad and remote
control input.
see page 41 for more information
When the lamp has cooled, the LED lights solid green and the fans slow
down to minimal speed. To turn off the projector, toggle the power switch to
the off position.
solid red
NOTE: Once the projector has been toggled off, you must wait for one (1)
minute before turning the projector on again. This allows the lamp to properly cool. However, if the remote was used to power the projector to the Off
state you do not need to wait one minute to turn it on again.
An unidentifiable error: please contact
Technical Support.
The following tables show common problems. In some cases, more than one
possible solution is provided. Try the solutions in the order they are presented. When the problem is solved, you can skip the additional solutions.
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Problem
Solution
Result
no start up screen
plug power cord in projector’s left side
remove lens cap
toggle power switch
correct image
toggle power switch
on side
only start up screen appears
press the Computer button
activate laptop’s external port
computer image projected
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A
restart laptop
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A
Problem
Solution
Result
no computer image, just the words “Signal out of
range”
press the Auto Image button on keypad
computer image projected
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A
Signa
l
rang out of
e
adjust computer refresh rate in Control
Panel>Display>Settings>Advanced>Adapter
(location varies by operating system)
you may also need to set a different
resolution on your computer, as shown
in the following problem, “image fuzzy
or cropped”
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Problem
Solution
Result
image fuzzy or cropped
set your computer’s display resolution to
the native resolution of the projector
(Start>Settings>Control
Panel>Display>Settings tab)
select 800x600
image clear and not cropped
AA
A
A
For a laptop,
disable laptop
monitor
or turn-on dualdisplay mode
image not centered on screen
move projector, adjust zoom, adjust height
adjust horizontal or
vertical position in
Picture>Advanced
menu
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correct image
Problem
Solution
Result
image not square
adjust Keystone on keypad
square image
image not sharp
adjust Sharpness (video sources only) in the
Picture>Advanced menu
correct image
AB
AB
image does not fit 4:3 or 16:9 screen
change aspect ratio to 4:3 or 16:9 in
Picture>Aspect ratio menu
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correct image
Problem
Solution
Result
image upside down
turn off ceiling in Settings>System menu
correct image
AB
image reversed left to right
AB
turn off rear in Settings>System menu
correct image
A
projected colors don’t match source
AB
adjust color, tint, color temperature,
brightness, contrast in the menus
COLOR
correct image
COLOR
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Problem
Solution
Result
lamp won’t turn on, LED blinking red
make sure vents aren’t blocked, turn off the
projector and allow it to cool for a minute
lamp turns on
LED
“Change lamp” message appears at startup or lamp
won’t turn on and LED blinking red
LED
if lamp hours > 3,000, lamp must be
replaced (see page 36)
check lamp hours
Main>About
replace lamp
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lamp turns on
Still need assistance?
If you need assistance, call Dukane Customer Service directly at
1-800-676-2485.
Or, send us an e-mail at [email protected]
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color is displayed, see page 34); use the Effect button to invoke a user-definable action, such as freeze, zoom or change your aspect ratio for viewing
DVDs (see page 34 to learn to program this button).
Using the remote control
The remote uses two (2) provided AAA batteries. They are easily installed
by sliding the cover off the remote’s back, aligning the + and - ends of the
batteries, sliding them into place, and then replacing the cover.
If you are displaying presentations in Microsoft® PowerPoint®, you can use
the remote’s mouse buttons to navigate through your presentation while in
Slide Show mode. To configure PowerPoint for this, choose Options from
the PowerPoint Tools menu, click the View tab, de-select the Popup Menu
on Right Mouse Click option in the Slide Show section, then click OK. After
that, when you’re in PowerPoint’s Slide Show mode, a left click advances to
the next slide and a right click returns to the previous slide (other PowerPoint modes are not affected).
Caution: When replacing the batteries, be aware that using batteries other
than the type provided with the projector may risk severe damage to the
remote. When disposing of the batteries, be sure to do so in an environmentally proper manner.
To operate, point the remote at the projection screen or at the projector (not
at the computer). The range of optimum operation is about 15 feet (4.5m).
Pressing the remote’s Power button when the projector’s Power toggle
switch is in the Off position does not cause the projector to power up. You
need to put the projector’s Power toggle switch in the On position to let the
remote power on the projector.
left mouse button
right mouse button
backlight button
When the projector is running, you can press the remote’s Power button to
place the projector in the Off state (see page 17 for shutdown info) and
power it off.
cursor control
Left and right remote mouse buttons are used to mimic the actions of the
left/right mouse buttons on your computer. Mouse cursor movement is
managed via the remote’s Cursor control. Connect a USB cable to the USB
connector on the computer and to the projector to use these buttons and
control your computer’s mouse. When you do this for the first time, the
Add New Hardware wizard may appear. See page 10 for details on loading
the correct USB drivers.
navigation
buttons
Troubleshooting the remote
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Press the remote’s Menu button to open the projector’s menu system. Use
the arrow buttons to navigate, and the Select button to select features and
adjust values in the menus. See page 29 for more info on the menus.
Make sure the batteries are installed in the proper orientation and are
not dead.
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The remote also has Volume and Mute buttons to control the sound, a backlight button to light the remote’s buttons in the dark, and Video and Computer buttons to switch between sources.
Make sure you’re pointing the remote at the projector or the screen, not
the computer, and are within the remote range of 15 feet (4.5m). For
best results, point the remote at the screen.
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If you are trying to control your computer’s mouse, make sure the USB
cable is connected. If using a USB cable, make sure the correct drivers
are installed.
Two presentation-specific features are also provided. Use the Blank button
to display a blank screen instead of the current slide (you can choose which
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Using the audio
connect audio cable
To use the projector’s speaker, connect your source to the Audio In connector on the projector. See page 13 regarding using the audio adapter.
To adjust the volume, press the Volume buttons on the keypad or remote.
To mute the sound, press the Mute button on the remote.
Troubleshooting Audio
If you aren’t hearing the audio, check the following:
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Make sure the audio cable is connected.
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Make sure mute is not active (press the Mute button on the remote).
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Make sure the volume is turned up enough. Press the Volume button
on the keypad or remote.
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Make sure the correct source is active.
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Adjust the audio source.
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If playing a video, make sure the playback has not been paused.
adjust volume
Using the keypad buttons
Most buttons are described in detail in other sections, but here is an overview of their functions:
Menu–opens the on-screen menus (page 29).
Select–confirms choices made in the menus (page 29).
menu navigation
buttons
Up/Down arrows–navigates to and adjusts settings in the menus (page 29).
Auto Image–resets the projector to the source.
Presets–cycles through the available preset settings (page 31).
Keystone–adjusts squareness of the image (page 8).
Volume–adjusts sound (page 26).
Video and Computer–changes the active source.
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Optimizing computer images
Presentation features
After your computer is connected properly and the computer’s image is on
the screen, you can optimize the image using the onscreen menus. For general information on using the menus, see page 29.
Several features are provided to make giving presentations easier. Here is an
overview, details are found in the menu section.
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Adjust the phase, Tracking, or Horizontal or Vertical position in the
Advanced menu (page 32).
The Effect button on the remote allows you to assign various features to
the button. The default effect is About, which displays information
about the projector and current source. You can select among Blank,
Mute, Aspect Ratio, Source, Auto Image, Freeze, Zoom, and About. See
page 34 for details. The freeze effect allows you to freeze the displayed
image. This is useful if you want to make changes on your computer
without your audience seeing them. The mask effect allows you to
cover part of the image with a black curtain.
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Once you have optimized the image for a particular source, you can
save the settings using Presets. This allows you to quickly recall these
settings later (page 31).
The Blank button on the remote allows you to display a blank screen
instead of the active source. You can determine the color of this screen
(page 34).
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The Startup Logo option lets you change the default start up screen to a
blank or default screen (page 34).
•
Two options, Power Save and Screen Save, are provided to automatically shut down the projector after several minutes of inactivity or display a black screen. This helps preserve lamp life (page 33).
•
Adjust the Keystone, Contrast, or Brightness in the Picture menu
(page 30).
•
Change the Aspect Ratio. Choose the option that best fits your input
source (page 30).
•
Adjust the Color Temperature in the Advanced menu (page 32).
•
•
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Optimizing video images
Customizing the projector
After your video device is connected properly and the image is on the
screen, you can optimize the image using the onscreen menus. For general
information on using the menus, see page 29.
You can customize the projector for your specific setup and needs. See
page 33 to page 35 for details on these features.
•
For rear projection, turn rear mode on in the Settings>System menu.
•
Adjust the Keystone, Contrast, Brightness, Color, or Tint in the Picture
menu (page 30).
•
For ceiling mounted projection, turn ceiling mode on in the Settings>System menu.
•
Change the Aspect Ratio. Choose the option that best fits your input
source (page 30).
•
Specify which source the projector checks first for active video during
power-up.
•
The remote’s Effect button allows you to assign various features to the
button. The default effect is About, which displays information about
the projector and current source. You can select among Blank, Mute,
Aspect Ratio, Source, Auto Image, Freeze, Zoom, and About. See
page 34 for details.
•
Specify the function of the Effect button on the remote.
•
Turn the projector’s display messages on and off.
•
Turn on power saving features.
•
Specify blank screen colors and start up logos.
•
Select a Sharpness setting (page 32).
•
Specify the language viewed on the menus.
•
Use the Color Control to adjust the color gain (page 32).
•
Save settings for the active source as a preset.
•
Adjust the Color Temperature. Select a listed warmth value (page 32).
•
Turn on Overscan to remove noise on the edges of the image.
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Using the menus
keypad navigation
buttons
Main menu
To open the menus, press the Menu button on the keypad or remote. (The
menus automatically close after 60 seconds if no buttons are pressed.) The
Main menu appears. Use the arrow buttons to move up and down to highlight the desired submenu, then press the Select button.
To change a menu setting, highlight it, press Select, then use the up and
down arrow buttons to adjust the value, select an option using radio buttons, or turn the feature on or off using check boxes. Press Select to confirm
your changes. Use the arrows to navigate to another setting. When your
adjustments are complete, navigate to Exit, then press Select to go to the
previous menu; press the Menu button at any time to close the menus.
dots
The menus are grouped by usage:
•
The Picture menu provides image adjustments.
•
The Settings menu provides set-up type adjustments that are not
changed often.
•
The About menu provides a read-only display of information about the
projector and source.
Settings
menu
Picture
menu
Dots appears before the menu name. The number of dots indicate menu’s
level, ranging from one (the Main menu) to four (the most nested menus).
Certain menu items may not be visible or may be grayed depending upon a
particular source being connected. For example, Sharpness is only available
for video sources and is not visible when a computer source is active. Menu
options are grayed out only if the source if selected but no signal is present.
For example, if the projector is set to a video source but the source, such as a
DVD player, is turned off video menu options are grayed out.
About menu
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Picture menu
Picture menu
To adjust the following settings, highlight the setting, press Select, use the
up and down arrows to adjust the values, then press Select to confirm the
changes.
Keystone: adjusts the image vertically and makes a squarer image. You can
also adjust keystone from the keypad.
Contrast: controls the degree of difference between the lightest and darkest
parts of the picture and changes the amount of black and white in the
image.
increasing keystone
decreasing keystone
Brightness: changes the intensity of the image.
Color: adjusts a video image from black and white to fully saturated color.
The color setting applies to video sources only.
Tint: adjusts the red-green color balance in the image of NTSC video
images. The tint setting applies to NTSC video sources only.
Aspect Ratio: Aspect ratio is the ratio of the image width to image height.
TV screens are usually 4:3. HDTV and most DVDs are 16:9. The default is
4:3.
Select Native to see the unmodified input with no resizing by the projector.
Select 16:9 to watch enhanced widescreen DVDs.
For more information regarding Aspect Ratio, see page 11.
Aspect ratio
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Presets: Presets are provided that optimize the projector for displaying
computer presentations, photographs, film images, and video images. Film
input is material originally captured on a film camera, like a movie; video
input is material originally captured on a video camera, like a TV show or
sporting event. You can use the preset as a starting point, then further customize the settings for each source. The settings you customize are saved in
the preset for each source. To restore the factory default settings, choose Factory Reset in the Settings>Service menu (page 35).
Presets
Save
User
Settings
There is also a user-definable preset. To set a preset for the current source,
adjust the image, select Save User in the Presets menu, then select Yes. You
can recall these settings in the future by selecting the User 1 preset.
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Advanced menu
Sharpness: (video sources only) changes the clarity of the edges of a video
image. Select a sharpness setting.
Advanced menu
Sharpness
Color Temperature: changes the intensity of the colors. Select a listed relative warmth value.
Color Temperature
Color Control: allows you to individually adjust the gain for the red, green,
and blue colors.
Color Control
Video Standard: when it is set to Auto, the projector attempts to automatically pick the video standard based on the input signal it receives. (The
video standard options may vary depending on your region of the world.) If
the projector is unable to detect the correct standard, the colors may not
look right or the image may appear “torn.” If this happens, manually select
a video standard by selecting NTSC, PAL, or SECAM from the Video Standard menu.
Overscan: (video sources only) removes noise around the video image.
The following four (4) options are for computer sources only.
Video Standard
Phase: adjusts the horizontal phase of a computer source.
Tracking: adjusts the vertical scan of a computer source.
Horizontal/Vertical Position: adjusts the position of a computer source.
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Settings menu
Settings menu
Audio: allows adjustments to Volume of the internal speaker. Adjustments
can also be made from the projector’s keypad and the remote.
Audio
Sources: Power-up Source determines which source the projector checks
first for active video during power-up. When the Autosource feature is On,
the projector automatically finds the active source, checking the Power-up
Source first. The options are Computer 1 for a computer source, and Video
1 (for S-video connections), and Video 2 (for composite video connections)
for video sources. When this feature is Off, the projector defaults to the
source selected in Power-up Source. To display another source, you must
manually select one by pressing the Computer or Video button on the
remote or keypad.
Sources
Power-up
Source
System: Rear reverses the image so you can project from behind a translucent screen. Ceiling turns the image upside down for ceiling-mounted projection. Display Messages displays status messages (such as “Searching” or
“Mute”) in the lower-left corner of the screen. NND prevents your notebook
computer from going into Screen Save mode if the USB cable is connected.
Power Save automatically turns the lamp off after no signals are detected
for 20 minutes. After an additional 10 minutes with no signal, the projector
powers down and can be toggled off. If an active signal is received before
the projector powers down, the image will be displayed. When Power Save
is enabled, Screen Save is disabled. Screen Save automatically blanks the
screen with a black color after no signals are detected for a preset number of
minutes. The image returns when an active source is detected or a remote or
keypad button is pressed.
System menu
Screen Save
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Startup Logo: allows you to display a blank screen instead of the default
screen at startup, and when no source is detected.
Startup Logo
Blank Screen: determines what color is displayed when you press the
Blank button on the remote.
Blank Screen
Effect Key: allows you to assign a different function to the Effect button on
the remote, allowing you to quickly and easily use the effect. Highlight an
effect and press Select to choose a different one.
•
Blank: displays an empty screen.
•
Mute: turns off all sound.
•
Aspect Ratio: toggles among 4:3, 16:9, and Native (see page 11 and
page 30). Set as the Effect Key, it can allow you to switch the Aspect
Ratio for DVDs.
•
Source: cycles through available sources.
•
Auto Image: resets the projector to the source (page 26).
•
Freeze: pauses the projected image.
•
Zoom: allows you to magnify part of the image. Press Effect, then
press the left mouse button to zoom the image. Use the cursor control
to pan the image while it is zoomed. Press the right mouse button to
decrease the magnification. Press the Effect button to cancel zoom and
return to normal magnification.
•
About: the default effect. It opens a window with projector and source
information.
Effect Key
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Language: allows you to select a language for the onscreen display.
Language menu
Service: To use these features, highlight them and press Select.
Service menu
Factory Reset: restores all settings to their default.
Lamp Reset: resets the lamp hours used counter in the About menu to
zero. Do this only after changing the lamp.
Service Code: only used by authorized service personnel.
About: provides information about the projector and the active source.
Showing the About box is the default action assigned to the Effect button.
About menu
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Maintenance
Cleaning the Lens
1 Apply a non-abrasive camera lens cleaner to a soft, dry cloth.
• Avoid using an excessive amount of cleaner, and don’t apply the
cleaner directly to the lens. Abrasive cleaners, solvents or other harsh
chemicals might scratch the lens.
2 Lightly wipe the cleaning cloth over the lens in a circular motion. If you
don’t intend to use the projector immediately, replace the lens cap.
Replacing the Projection Lamp
The lamp hours used timer in the About menu counts the number of hours
the lamp has been in use. After 2,980 hours, the message “Change lamp”
appears on the screen at startup. If the maximum lamp time of 3,000 hours
is exceeded, the lamp will not light. In this case, after replacing the lamp
you must reset the lamp hours by simultaneously pressing both Volume
buttons on the keypad and holding them for 10 seconds.
Lamp hours used
wait 30 minutes
NOTE: You can order new lamp housings from your dealer.
1 Turn off the projector and unplug the power cord.
2 Wait 30 minutes to allow the projector to cool thoroughly.
3 Turn the projector on its side so that the lamp door is facing you. Using a
flat-blade screwdriver, gently pry the lamp door from the projector by
placing the screwdriver blade into the space between the top of the lamp
door and the projector.
lamp door
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4 Loosen the two captive screws that attach the lamp housing to the pro-
lamp
connector
jector.
5 Detach the lamp connector from the projector by depressing the locking
lamp cable
tab on the connector and lightly pulling it free.
WARNING:
To avoid burns, allow the projector to cool for at least 30 minutes
before you replace the lamp.
Do not drop the lamp housing or touch the glass bulb! The glass
may shatter and cause injury.
lamp
housing
Be extremely careful when removing the lamp housing. In the
unlikely event that the bulb ruptures, small glass fragments may be
generated. The lamp housing is designed to contain these fragments, but use caution when removing the lamp housing.
screw
6 Carefully remove the lamp housing. Dispose of the lamp in an environ-
connector
mentally proper manner.
7 Install the new lamp housing and tighten the screws.
lamp cable
locking tab
8 Re-attach the lamp connector to the projector. The locking tab should
lamp
housing
engage when the connector is fully plugged in.
screw
9 Replace the lamp door.
10 Plug in the power cord and toggle the Power switch to turn the projector
back on.
11 To reset the lamp hour timer, navigate to the Settings>Service menu
and select Lamp Reset. See page 35 for details.
Service menu
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Cleaning the Lamp Housing Screens
In dirty or dusty environments, the two dust filter screens in the lamp housing can become clogged, causing high temperatures and premature lamp
failure. Routine maintenance to remove dust from the screens lowers the
lamp operating temperature and prolongs lamp life. To maximize lamp life
you should clean the screen every 250 hours.
lamp housing
lamp
1 Remove the lamp housing.
two screens
(one on each
side of the
lamp housing)
2 Examine the dust filter screens on the lamp housing. If necessary, use a
vacuum cleaner set on low power to clean the screens. Be careful not to
disturb any internal components when cleaning the screens.
3 Replace the lamp housing and lamp door.
Using the security lock
The projector has a security lock for use with a PC Guardian Cable Lock
System
security
lock
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Appendix
Specifications
Temperature
Operating
50 to 104° F (10 to 40° C) at sea level
50 to 95° F (10 to 35° C) at 10,000 feet
Non-operating
-4 to 140° F (-20 to 60° C)
Altitude Operating
Non-operating
0 to 10,000 feet (3,048 meters)
0 to 20,000 feet (6,096 meters)
Humidity Operating
Non-operating
10% to 95% relative humidity, non-condensing
10% to 90% relative humidity, non-condensing
Dimensions
12.5 x 9.8 x 4.49” (318 x 249 x 114 mm)
Weight
6.8 lbs. (3.1 kg) unpacked
Optics Focus Range
4.9 - 32.8 feet (1.5 - 10 m)
Lamp type
150 - W DC SHP lamp
Color-coded Cable Ties, 3 set
Input Power Requirements 100-120/200-240 3/2A 50/60Hz
Ceiling Mount UL tested/listed ceiling mount with minimum capacity of
34 lbs (15.5 kg)
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SP-CABLETIES
Projected image size
Table 2:
Range of distance to the screen for a given screen size for the InFocus X1
Distance to screen
Diagonal
Screen Size
(inches/m)
40/1
50/1.3
60/1.5
100/2.5
150/3.8
200/5.1
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Image Width
(inches/m)
32/0.8
40/1
48/1.2
80/2
120/3.1
160/4.1
Maximum
distance
(feet/m)
5.8/1.8
7.8/2.4
8.8/2.7
14.6/4.5
22.6/6.9
30.5/9.3
Minimum
Distance
(feet/m)
4.8/1.5
6,5/2.0
7.5/2.3
12.4/3.8
19.03/5.8
25.2/7.7
Red LED Behavior and Projector Errors
If the projector is not functioning properly and the LED is blinking red, consult Table 3 to determine a possible cause. There are two-second pauses
between the blinking cycles.
Table 3:
Red LED Behavior
Explanation
One (1) blink
The lamp won't strike after five (5)
attempts. Check the lamp and lamp door
installations for loose connections.
Two (2) blinks
The lamp counter hours have exceeded
lamp life hours. Replace the lamp and
reset the lamp hours counter.
Three (3) blinks
The projector has shut down. Check to
see if the lamp door is open. If the lamp
door is closed, toggle off the projector
and wait one minute, then toggle the projector on again. If the lamp does not strike
after one minute, replace the lamp. Contact Technical Support (see page 24) for
repair if replacing the lamp does not solve
the problem.
Four (4) blinks
The fan has failed. Contact Technical Support (see page 24) for repair or replacing
the fan.
Five (5) blinks
The projector is overheating. Check for a
blocked air vent. Contact Technical Support (see page 24) for repair if clearing
the air vents does not solve the problem.
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connecting
video device 11
connectors on module 12
Numerics
16x9 vs 4x3 screen aspect 11
800x600 resolution 4
A
Contrast 30
Customer Service 24
customer service contact information 24
customizing the projector 28
About 34, 35
D
Display Messages 33
Drivers
USB 10
Windows 98 10
DVDs 30
Advance menu 32
altitude limits 39
Aspect Ratio 34
Aspect ratio 30
aspect ratio 11
Audio 33
Audio In connector 6, 13, 26
Autosource 33
E
Effect button 27
Effect Key 34
e-mail
techical support 24
B
Blank button 27
Blank Screen 34
blinking green 17
blinking red 17
Brightness 30
F
Factory Reset 35
focus 8, 16
H
C
HDTV 4, 30
Horizontal 32
cable box 11
I
IBM-compatible computers 4
image
size 5
image optimization 27
image size
projected 40
Ceiling 33
Color 30
Color Temperature 32
compatibility
IBM-compatible 4
Macintosh 4
video devices 4
component cable connector 14
Computer In connector 6
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K
P
keypad buttons
projector 26
keystone adjustment 8, 16
Phase 32
phone numbers
technical support 24
Picture menu 30
Power connector 6
power cord 6, 14
Power Save 17
Power switch 7
PowerPoint
remote’s mouse buttons 25
Power-up Source 33
presentation
features 27
Presets 31
projection distance 5
projector
connecting video devices 11
customization 28
keypad buttons 26
maintenance 36
positioning 5
returning for service 24
setting up 5
troubleshooting problems 17
turning off 17
L
Lamp Housing Screens
cleaning 38
lamp replacement 36
Lamp Reset 35
Language 35
LED 17
blinking green 17
solid green 17
LED Behavior
red 41
LED behavior 17
lens
cap 39
leveling foot 15
M
Macintosh computers
compatibility 4
maintaining the projector 36
Menu button 29
menu usage 29
Monitor Out connector 6
mouse, using your 6
Mute button 26
R
Rear 33
Red LED behavior 41
N
remote control
usage 25
replacing the lamp 36
NND 33
O
optimizing images 27
optimizing video 28
Overscan 32
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S
Volume button 26
Screen Aspect 11
Screen Save 17
security lock 38
Service 35
Service Code 35
Settings menu 33
sharpness 32
solid green 17
solid red 17
Sources 33
Specifications 39
Startup Logo 34
S-video connector 13
System 33
W
Windows 2000 10
Windows 98 9
Windows ME 10
Windows XP 10
Z
zoom 8, 16
T
technical support
e-mail 24
phone numbers 24
temperature limits 39
Tint 30
Tracking 32
troubleshooting 17
turning off
projector 17
TV tuner 11
U
USB 6
USB, using your mouse 6
V
vents 3
Vertical 32
Video In connector 13
video optimizing 28
Video Standard 32
volume adjustment 16
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LEGAL INFORMATION
FIVE-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
This Dukane LCD projector is warranted to the original purchaser for a period of
five (5) years from the original purchase date - in normal use and service against defects in material and workmanship. DUKANE CORPORATION
EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ALL OTHER WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY
AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
During the warranty period, Dukane Corporation will repair or replace (at the
manufacturer's option) any such defective parts (except for the lamp, which is
subject to whatever warranties the manufacturer may provide) without charge to
the purchaser for parts or labor when the product is returned, prepaid and insured,
with proof-of-purchase date. This remedy is void if the product has been
damaged by accident, unreasonable use, neglect, improper service or other
causes not arising out of defects in material or workmanship.
Dukane Corporation disclaims all liability for incidental or consequential damage
of any kind, including all damages arising out of any interruptions in operation of
the product and all damages to software.
No person, firm, or representative is authorized to assume any obligation or to
make any warranty on behalf of the Dukane Corporation other than as stated
above.
THIS LIMITED WARRANTY IS VALID FOR U.S.A AND CANADA.
FOR OTHER LOCATIONS, LOCAL WARRANTIES APPLY.
LAMP REPLACEMENT SERVICE & REPAIR POLICY & PROCEDURE
For service and parts, contact the Dukane AV Service Department
at 1 (800) 676-2487 within the USA or 1 (630) 584-2300 worldwide.
If you would like to send a facsimile (FAX), dial 1 (630) 584-5156 worldwide.
When requesting warranty service, please have the sales receipt available along
with the model name and serial number.
If it becomes necessary to return the projector, use the original packing material
and box (if retained) or pack securely. Dukane Corporation will not be liable for
any pick-up or delivery charges or any expenses incurred for service calls or
service supplied by anyone other than the Dukane AV Service Department.
Audio Visual Products
Dukane Corporation
Audio Visual Products Division
2900 Dukane Drive
St. Charles, IL 60174-3395
E-mail: [email protected]
Phone: (630) 584-2300
Orders: (800) 676-2485
Information: (800) 676-2486
Fax: (630) 584-5156
Parts & Service: (800) 676-2487
Fax: (630) 584-0984
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