Luxus ScreenWall
Series
O W N E R ’ S
M A N U A L
Wall mount / standard
Wall mount / wraparound
Stage fly (hanging) mount
Quick Snap wall mount
T-stand self-supporting
Aperture mount
Tilt frame
Electric Tilt
To the Owner
Installation Instructions
Screen Care
Maintenance
SWS-0209
T O T H E I N S TA L L E R : B E S U R E T O L E AV E T H I S M A N U A L W I T H T H E O W N E R .
Printed in U.S.A.
©2003 -2005 Stewart Filmscreen Corporation
Stewart Filmscreen reserves the right to make changes to the product specified in this document.
From time to time, this document is updated. Current versions of documentation are posted on the Stewart Filmscreen website at
www.stewartfilmscreen.com.
Luxus ScreenWall
Series
O W N E R ’ S
M A N U A L
Contents
To the Owner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
General Notes for Preparing the Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Wall Mount—Standard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Wall Mount—Wraparound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..8
Stage Fly (hanging) Mount . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Quick Snap Wall Mount . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
T-stand Self-supporting ScreenWall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Aperture Mount . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Tilt Frame . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Electric Tilt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
General Instructions for Attaching Screen to Frame . . . . . . . 24
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Screen Care and Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Luxus ScreenWall Series: Owner’s Manual
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TO THE OWNER
Congratulations on your purchase of one of the finest optical viewing
screens available anywhere in the world!
Please take a moment to review this manual, it will help ensure you many
years of trouble-free service from your new Stewart Filmscreen product.
About the ScreenWall Series
Your Luxus ScreenWall or Deluxe ScreenWall fixed frame supports virtually
all projection applications. The frame acts as a projection overscan border.
The optional Velux finish is designed to absorb any overscanning.
The screen fabric attaches to the back of the frame with snap fasteners.
The ScreenWall Series also offers a wraparound option.
The Deluxe ScreenWall features angled corners and a beveled edge that
bring the image area closer to the frame.
The Quick Snap features snaps and brackets that move on the frame to
allow for adjustments.
Rear projection is available as an option.
The standard mount is a wall mount; other options include T-stand selfsupporting, stage fly (hanging), tilt, and aperture mounts.
Using this manual for installation
If you are using this manual to install the ScreenWall, you should be aware
that it describes procedures for several types of frames and mounts. You
must refer to the section for the type of ScreenWall you are installing. In
addition, there are general instructions for attaching the screen to the frame
that are provided in a separate section. This procedure is to be performed
at a specific step in the overall sequence.
For the frame and mount type, refer to the appropriate page:
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Wall mount (standard screen attachment)
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Wall mount (wraparound screen attachment)
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Stage fly (hanging mount)
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Quick Snap wall mount
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T-stand self-supporting
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Aperture mount
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Tilt frame
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Electric tilt
At the designated point in the installation, you will need to refer to the
general instructions for attaching the screen to the frame.
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GENERAL NOTES FOR PREPARING THE INSTALLATION
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Before proceeding with the installation of this screen,
take time to thoroughly read and understand these
installation and operation instructions.
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All electrical wiring installations must conform to local
and national codes and should be performed by
qualified service personnel.
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There are no user-serviceable parts contained within
the unit.
Preparation
Specifications regarding the individual screen dimensions, weight, mounting
type, and controls are provided by the factory when the unit is ordered.
Before beginning the installation:
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Check the specifications for the type of frame and mounting to be
used.
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For screens with a motor, prepare for electrical access.
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Make sure there is a clean surface on which to unroll the screen.
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Check the size and weight of the screen to be installed so that
you can plan for the number of people required for the mounting
procedure. You need at least two people to mount the smaller
screens; more are needed for larger, heavier screens.
You will need:
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Gloves, for handling the screen.
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Ladders for the personnel supporting the screen during the
mounting process, as needed.
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A level.
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Fasteners appropriate for the surface on which the screen is
being mounted (See instructions for the type of mount for
recommendations.)
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Drills for making holes to attach brackets to the mounting surface,
as needed.
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Tools for tightening fasteners.
Note: Bolts and other fasteners for the screen are standard gauge and
sizes used in the U.S., regardless of where they will be installed. For this
reason, the sizes are expressed in inches rather than metric measurements.
Unpacking
Be sure to unpack carefully in a clean area. Use special care when
handling the screen so that it does not become soiled or damaged.
If you plan to repack your screen and hardware for transportation to another
location, you may wish to photograph or make a note of how it was packed.
Keep the packing material.
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WALL MOUNT—STANDARD
Professional mounting techniques should be used. Stewart Filmscreen
Corporation cannot be liable for substandard or faulty installations.
This section describes assembly of a wall mount ScreenWall that uses the
standard method of attaching the screen to the frame (rather than a
wraparound attachment).
Assembling the frame
1. Connect the four
pieces by matching
the colored, numbered
dots on the ends of
the frame pieces. See
Figure 1 for the AT 1.5
ScreenWall and
Figure 2 for the
Deluxe ScreenWall.
Wall Brackets
2. Secure frame sections
with the supplied 5/8”
hex head bolts.
Figure 1: Attaching the wall brackets: AT 1.5 ScreenWall
Figure 2: Attaching the wall brackets: Deluxe ScreenWall
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3. Bolt wall brackets to
the frame using the
supplied 5/8” hex
head bolts. See
Figure 3 for the AT
1.5 ScreenWall and
Figure 4 for the
Deluxe ScreenWall.
Notes:
Figure 3: Attaching wall brackets to frame—AT 1.5 ScreenWall
Depending on the
size of the screen,
the number of wall
brackets may vary.
This is a temporary
attachment of the
wall brackets to the
frame for the
purpose of
positioning the frame
and brackets on the
wall.
Figure 4: Attaching wall brackets to frame—Deluxe ScreenWall
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Positioning the frame and wall brackets
To accurately position the frame, you must temporarily attach the wall
brackets to the frame, and then position the frame on the wall.
1. Without the screen
fabric attached,
position the frame and
brackets on the wall.
2. Make sure the unit is
level and plumb. (You
may need to use
shims between the
brackets and the wall
to achieve vertical
plumb).
3. Mark the position of
the bracket holes on
the wall. Refer to
Figure 5.
4. Drill holes in the wall
as needed.
5. Remove the brackets
from the frame and
attach them to the
wall using the
appropriate fasteners
(hex lag screws, wall
anchors, molly bolts,
wood carriage screws,
etc.). Refer to
Figure 6.
Figure 5: Attaching wall brackets to the wall
Note:
Later, when the
screen fabric is
attached to the frame,
you will re-attach the
frame to the brackets
on the wall.
Figure 6: Wall brackets only on the wall
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Hanging the frame and screen on the wall
1. Go to the section on
attaching a standard
screen to the frame
(page 24).
2. Attach the ScreenWall
to the previously
mounted wall brackets
using the 5/8” hex
head bolts.
Figure 7 displays the
ScreenWall mounted
on the wall brackets.
Figure 7: Finished screen attached to wall brackets
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WALL MOUNT—WRAPAROUND
Professional mounting techniques should be used. Stewart Filmscreen
Corporation cannot be liable for substandard or faulty installations.
This section describes assembly of a wall mount ScreenWall that uses the
wraparound method of attaching the screen to the frame (rather than a
standard attachment).
Assembling the frame
Assemble the frame using the same procedure as for the standard wall
mount. Refer to Figures 1 and 3 in the section starting on page 4.
Attaching brackets to the wall
1. Position the frame on
the wall.
2. Place marks on the
wall to indicate where
you will make holes
for the top brackets.
3. Drill holes in the wall
as needed.
4. Attach top brackets to
the wall.
5. Hang frame on top
brackets. Refer to
Figure 9.
6. Place marks for holes
where you will place
the bottom brackets.
7. Remove the frame
and drill holes in the
wall as needed.
8. Attach bottom
brackets to the wall.
Figure 8: Frame displayed with brackets (screen not on)
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Hanging the frame on the wall brackets
1. Go to the instructions
for attaching the
screen to the frame
using the wraparound
method (page 26).
Then return to this
section.
2. Once the screen is
attached to the frame,
hang the frame on the
wall brackets. First,
place the top of the
frame on the top
mounting pins.
3. Gently stretch the
bottom frame member
over the bottom
mounting pins. The
frame member will
bend slightly (about
1/2” / 1.27 cm).
Top
Bottom
Figure 9: Hanging the frame on the wall brackets (left); completed (right)
Refer to Figures 8 and 9. Figure
10 shows the completed
installation.
Figure 10: Completed installation of wall-mounted wraparound screen
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STAGE FLY (HANGING) MOUNT
Professional mounting techniques should be used. Stewart Filmscreen
Corporation cannot be liable for substandard or faulty installations.
As an alternative to the wall mount, you can use the stage fly mount to
suspend the screen.
1. Assemble the frame.
(Refer to the section
starting on page 4.)
Eyebolt
2. Attach the screen to
the frame. (Refer to
the section starting on
page 24.)
3. Hang the frame from
the eyebolts as shown
in Figure 11.
Figure 11: Completed stage fly mount installation (wraparound screen)
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QUICK SNAP WALL MOUNT
Professional mounting techniques should be used. Stewart Filmscreen
Corporation cannot be liable for substandard or faulty installations.
This section describes assembly of the Quick Snap wall mount ScreenWall.
Assembling the frame
1. Locate the wall studs
and determine the
mounting location.
2. Insert the sliding nuts
that will hold the wall
bracket into the
channel in the frame.
Repeat for each
bracket. Refer to
Figure 12.
Sliding Nut
Figure 12: Placement of bracket bolt in frame channel
Note: Brackets can
slide horizontally so
you can position them
precisely, to stud
locations.
3. Connect the frame
members by matching
the colored, numbered
dots on the ends of
the members. Refer to
Figure 13.
4. Secure the frame
members with the
supplied 5/16-18 x
3/4” hex head bolts.
5. Attach the wall
brackets to the frame.
Secure the brackets
with the supplied 1/420 x 3/8” button head
screw to previously
inserted sliding nuts.
Figure 13: Frame assembly
Button Head Screw
Lock
Washer
Be sure the lock
washer is inserted
between the button
head screw and the
bracket. Refer to
Figure 14.
Figure 14: Attaching wall brackets to frame; detail (inset)
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6. Position the frame
against the wall to
measure placement of
wall mount screws.
Keep in mind that the
brackets slide
horizontally so you
can position them
precisely. Refer to
Figure 15.
7. Drill holes as needed
and install the wall
mount hardware. You
can use the supplied
#12 x 1 1/2” Phillips
pan head screws or
other appropriate
fasteners. (For
example, wood
screws, carriage bolts,
and hex head
screws.), The keyhole
opening is 5/8" with a
1/4" slot.
8. Temporarily hang the
frame on the wall
mount hardware to
ensure that the frame
is leveled and properly
aligned with the
mounting hardware.
Remove the frame
from the wall, tighten
hardware, then back
off 1/8 turn.
Figure 15: Aligning frame and brackets on wall; detail of bracket (inset)
Attaching the screen to the frame
1. Attach the screen to
the frame. Refer to
the section starting on
page 24. Work very
carefully around the
brackets.
2. Figure 16 shows the
completed assembly.
Place the frame on
the pre-mounted wall
screws.
Figure 16: Assembled frame with screen attached
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3. If there are puckers
in the screen, you
can use a
screwdriver to tap the
snaps so that the
puckers are
removed.
A movement of 1/16”
to 1/8” (1.6 mm to
3.2 mm) is usually
sufficient to eliminate
puckers. Refer to
Figure 17.
4. Place the frame on
the pre-mounted wall
screws.
Figure 17: Tapping snaps to reduce screen puckers
Figure 18: Completed Quick Snap screen mounted on wall
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T-STAND SELF-SUPPORTING SCREENWALL
This section describes assembly of a self-supporting ScreenWall. It may
use an optional tilt bar and optional casters.
Professional mounting
techniques should be used.
Stewart Filmscreen Corporation
cannot be liable for
substandard or faulty
installations.
Figure 19: T-Stand
Figure 20: T-Stand with optional
tilt bar and casters
Assembling the frame
Each side of the frame may be in one piece, with the sides joined at the
corners, or, for larger frames, the longer sides of the frame may have
segments that must also be joined.
1. Connect the four
pieces by matching
the colored, numbered
dots on the ends of
the frame pieces. See
Figures 21 and 22.
2. Secure with the
supplied bolts.
3. Go to the section on
mounting the screen
to the frame (page
24), then return to this
section to continue.
Figure 21: Standard frame assembly
Figure 22: Frame assembly for jointed frames
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Attaching the back support to the frame (where required)
Large screens require a back support. Once the screen is attached to the
frame, you can attach the back support. Be sure to protect the surface of
the screen from dirt, scratches, and tears.
1. Working in a clean
area, set the frame
face down.
2. Affix back brace as
shown in Figure 23.
3. If applicable, use the
baby eye snaps to
attach the cables to
the corner anchors.
Refer to Figure 24.
Figure 23: Attaching back brace for large screens
Very large screens require cable support in addition to the back brace.
Figure 24: Attaching cable used for larger screens
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Attaching T-stands
This sections describes how to mount the ScreenWall on T-stands.
Standard screen attachment
Follow these instructions when the screen uses the standard attachment to
the frame. If the screen uses the wraparound attachment, go to the next
section.
1. Use the T-stand knobs
provided to attach the
finished screen to the
T-stands. Refer to
Figure 25.
2. Hand-tighten the
knobs.
Figure 25: Attaching T-stand knobs, standard screen attachment
Wraparound screen attachment
Follow these instructions when the screen uses the wraparound attachment
to the frame. If the screen uses the standard attachment, refer to the
previous section.
1. Attach the bracket to
the frame using the
provided screws.
Refer to Figure 26.
2. Use the T-stand knobs
provided to attach the
brackets on the
finished screen to the
T-stands.
3. Hand-tighten the
knobs.
Figure 26: Attaching T-stand bracket and knobs, wraparound screen
attachment
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APERTURE MOUNT
Professional mounting techniques should be used. Stewart Filmscreen
Corporation cannot be liable for substandard or faulty installations.
The aperture mount allows you to install the screen into an opening in a
wall or wall unit.
1. Prepare the aperture.
2. Assemble the frame
as shown in the
section starting on
page 4.
3. Attach optional
aperture mounting
brackets, if used.
Refer to Figure 27.
4. Attach the screen.
Go to the section on
attaching screens to
the frame on page 24,
then return to this
section.
5. Carefully insert the
frame (with the screen
already attached) into
the aperture. Take
care so that you do
not damage the
screen.
Figure 27: Front view: frame, mounting brackets, and screen
6. Attach the mounting
brackets to the wall
with the appropriate
fastener. Refer to
Figure 28.
Optional mounting
method
If you cannot access the area
behind the screen, and you want
to fasten the screen to the
aperture framework, you can
drill through the frame and use
drywall screws.
Figure 28: Rear view: frame, mounting brackets, and screen
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TILT FRAME
Professional mounting
techniques should be used.
Stewart Filmscreen Corporation
cannot be liable for
substandard or faulty
installations.
The tilt frame allows you to view the screen flat against the wall or with a tilt
from the top.
1. Assemble the frame
as shown in Figures
29 and 30.
Note: that the
assembly is
somewhat different for
the standard and
wraparound screen
attachments.
Figure 29: Frame assembly: Standard screen attachment
2. Hold the assembled
frame to the wall and
mark the positions for
the mounting
hardware, as shown
in Figures 31 and 32.
3. Drill holes in the wall
as needed.
4. Go to the section on
attaching the screen
to the frame—
standard or
wraparound (page
24), then return to this
section.
Figure 30: Frame assembly: Wraparound screen attachment
Figure 31: Mounting hardware position—Standard
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Hanging the screen
Once the screen has been attached to the frame, hang the frame on the
mounting hardware.
Figure 33: Completed installation—Standard screen attachment
Figure 34: Completed installation—Wraparound screen attachment
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ELECTRIC TILT
Professional mounting techniques should be used. Stewart Filmscreen
Corporation cannot be liable for substandard or faulty installations.
The Electric Tilt screen has a motor that allows you to control the screen tilt
via an electric control.
Assembling the frame
1. Assemble the frame
as displayed in
Figure 35.
Figure 35: Assembling the frame
2. Attach the mounting
board as displayed in
Figure 36.
Figure 36: Adding the mounting board
3. Add the tilt rigging,
clips, and wall plates
as displayed in
Figure 37.
Figure 37: Adding the tilt rigging, clips, and wall plates
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Positioning the frame
1. Before you attach the
screen to the frame,
position the frame on
the wall and mark the
location of the
fasteners as shown in
Figure 38.
You must position the frame against the wall before attaching the screen.
2. Drill holes in the wall
as appropriate.
3. Go to the section on
attaching the screen
to the frame (page
24). Attach the
screen.
4. Once you have
attached the screen,
mount the screen on
the wall. Figure 39
shows the mounted
screen with a view
from the top, with the
screen in the tilted
position.
Figure 38: Positioning the frame on the wall (screen not attached)
Figure 39: Completed installation, top-down view in tilt position
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Figure 40: Completed installation, front view
Electrical connection
There are a variety of optional control interfaces that can be connected to
the motor. These include:
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High voltage switch control.
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Low voltage 3-button switch.
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Infrared remote control.
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Video Interface Control System (VICS).
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16 gauge - 4 conductor service cord can be used to connect AC
power to motor.
Caution
Professional techniques need to be used when making any
electrical connection. A qualified electrician should perform
these procedures.
Be sure to follow all standard safety procedures for installing
electrical devices.
Do not disassemble or alter the configuration of the motor or
the unit's electrical connections. This may cause injury to you
or damage to the product.
The electrical connection should be made only to the type of
power source indicated on the marking label.
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Adjusting the limit switch
You can use the limit switch to control the amount of tilt. Figure 41 shows
the location of the limit switch.
Limit switches
Figure 41: Limit switch access; detail (inset)
There are two limit switches you can use to adjust the tilt of the frame.
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The yellow limit switch sets the stop position when the frame is
moved up to the wall.
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The white limit switch sets the stop position when the frame is
tilted down, away from the wall.
To change the stop position when the frame is tilted:
1. Tilt the screen to its current stop position.
2. Locate the white down limit switch. Use a screwdriver to turn the
switch in a counterclockwise direction to increase the degree of
tilt, and clockwise to decrease the degree of tilt.
To change the stop position when the frame is up against the wall:
1. Position the screen to its current stop position.
2. Locate the yellow up limit switch. Use a screwdriver to turn the
switch in a counterclockwise direction to move the screen closer
to the wall, and clockwise to make the frame stop farther from the
wall.
Once you have made the adjustment, whenever you operate the tilt
mechanism, it will automatically stop at the new position.
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GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR ATTACHING SCREEN TO FRAME
This section provides the general instructions for attaching the screen to the
frame. DO NOT perform this step UNTIL instructed to do so in the section
for the specific type of mount you are using. There are two types of
attachment: standard and wraparound.
Caution
‹
Be careful not to touch or scratch the image surface
with fingernails.
‹
Do not use any tools to fasten the screen to the frame.
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Do not fold or crease the screen.
Standard attachment
Keep in mind that this procedure applies to several types of frame, so the
appearance of your frame may be somewhat different than that shown in
the illustrations.
Unpacking and unrolling the screen
The viewing side of the projection screen is rolled to the inside to protect
the optical coating. The screen is rolled lengthwise.
1. Remove the screen
from the cardboard
shipping tube.
2. On a clean floor,
unroll screen viewing
side up.
3. Allow the paper to
unroll between screen
back and the floor.
(This will keep the
screen clean.)
Refer to Figure 42.
Figure 42: Unrolling the screen
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Attaching the screen to frame
The next step is to attach the screen to the frame.
1. Place the frame
over the screen.
2. While lifting the
frame with one
hand, snap the
screen into the
frame. Gently allow
the screen to stretch
onto the snaps.
Do not jerk the
material, as it can
rip. Refer to Figure
43. Attach the
snaps on the top
corners and top
horizontal first.
Figure 43: Lifting frame to snap on screen; top corner first
3. Lift the frame to a
vertical position to
finish attaching the
sides and bottom
rows of the snaps.
Refer to Figure 44.
Figure 44: Attaching all top snaps first
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Wraparound attachment
The viewing side of the projection screen is rolled to the inside to protect
the optical coating. The screen is rolled lengthwise.
1. On a clean floor or
surface, place the
frame with the snaps
facing down.
Screen
2. Remove the screen
from the shipping
tube.
3. Unroll the screen so
that the paper is
under the screen.
Refer to Figure 45.
4. Place the screen on
top of the frame with
the paper between the
screen and the frame.
Refer to Figure 46.
Paper
Figure 45: Unrolling the screen
Screen
Paper
Frame
Figure 46: Positioning the rolled out screen over the frame
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5. Pull out the paper.
6. Wrap the edges of the
screen around the
frame and snap the
screen to the frame.
Do not jerk the
material, as it can rip.
Refer to Figure 48.
7. Apply reinforcement
patches to each
corner. The curved
corners should face
the viewing side.
Fold corner patches
symmetrically around
the corners.
Refer to Figure 48.
Pull out paper
Wrap screen over
frame to snap
Figure 47: Frame positioned on back side of the screen
Figure 48: Applying reinforcement patches to each corner; detail of patch
(inset)
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TROUBLESHOOTING
With reasonable care, you may expect many years of trouble-free use of
your Stewart projection screen.
Refer to the following guidelines if you encounter a difficulty in the operation
of your Stewart Filmscreen. Problems related to electrical or motor function
may require a qualified service person or electrician.
Should you have a problem that is not addressed here, call the Stewart
Filmscreen Corporation.
Problem description
Probable cause
Action to take
Dirt, finger prints, marks, etc. on
screen surface.
Improper handling of screen.
Brush off or use a mild detergent
solution with clean rag or cotton swab.
Electric Tilt mechanism won't
operate.
No AC power available.
Outboard switching problem.
Check to see if the circuit breaker has
switched off. Reset if needed.
Check outboard switching apparatus.
Check voltage availability. Contact an
electrician.
Electric Tilt frame does not move
screen (even though power is
available).
Bad connection at switch.
Polarity of VICS line may be bad.
Have an electrician or qualified service
person check the connection as
follows:
·
If you have a high voltage control
switch, check switch line
connections.
·
If you have a low voltage control
unit, check switch-line connections.
·
If you have a VICS, check line
connections, or the mini plugs at
the screen input or projector
output. Check 12V DC line for
correct polarity. Contacts may be
sticking—tap relay to free contacts.
Electric Tilt motor chatters when
power is activated.
Can be caused by voltage drop,
bad connections, or a defective
switch.
Have an electrician or qualified service
person check all hook-ups including all
outboard wiring.
Unit hums in up mode.
Motor is straining.
Yellow limit switch out of
adjustment.
Failure to correct can damage
motor. Do not use the unit
until this problem is resolved.
Have a qualified service person adjust
the UP limit switch. Turn the adjusting
screw clockwise. Refer to "Adjusting
the limit switch" in the "Electric Tilt"
section of this manual.
When up direction is activated,
grinding noise occurs.
Drop in voltage.
Motor requires full voltage. Have an
electrician or qualified service person
check available voltage.
Tilt continues past stop position.
White limit switch is out of
adjustment.
Readjust the DOWN limit switch. Refer
to "Adjusting the limit switch" in the
"Electric Tilt" section of this manual.
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SCREEN CARE AND CLEANING
General maintenance
The surface of your screen is delicate. Special attention to these instructions
should be followed when cleaning.
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A draftsman-style brush may be used to lightly whisk away any
loose dirt or dust particles. (This type of brush is usually available
at office supply stores.) Stewart Filmscreen has an optional
screen cleaning kit that contains the proper type of brush.
Contact your dealer if you would like to obtain this cleaning kit.
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For tougher spots, use a solution of mild detergent and water.
Rub lightly using a sponge. Blot with a damp sponge to absorb
excess water. Residual water marks will evaporate within a few
minutes.
Do not use any other cleaning materials on the screen. Contact the factory
if you have questions about removing difficult spots.
Caution
Do not use chemicals or liquid to clean the fabric.
VeLux covering
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Use a lint roller to remove particles from the VeLux material.
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A brush can be used to comb (lift) the nap of the VeLux material
to help eliminate depression marks.
Replacement parts and service
No user-serviceable parts are contained within the unit. Contact your dealer
or the factory if you require part replacement or service.
PRODUCT WARRANTY
This warranty covers defects in materials and workmanship for a period of
one (1) year from the date of installation, not to exceed fifteen (15) months
from the date of shipment, provided this product is installed in a normal
environment and maintained according to written instructions in the product
Owner’s Manual. Stewart Filmscreen warrants against loss of usefulness,
discoloration or deterioration of optical quality within the warranty period as
a result of manufacturing or material defects.
A factory authorized returned screen arriving prepaid to our facility for
inspection and proved defective due to an inherent manufacturing fault will
be repaired or replaced by Stewart Filmscreen Corporation. This warranty
expressly does not cover any costs of removal, installation, framing, or other
incidental costs to replacing the screen or returning it to the manufacturer.
Should you encounter a perceived product fault or problem, contact your
dealer regarding application of this warranty.
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