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Mount- and screwquestion for Cine-7...

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by Kris, Aug 19, 2003.

  1. Kris

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    I have a question about the screws that you use to mount the ceilingmount on the projector.
    As those screws go in to the projector, is there some kind of limit to how long they can be? The screws I got with my Cine-7 are two different lengths and seem to be non-original, two are 4cm and two are 5cm.
    How long should the original screws be (if there are any original screws)?
    Is both lenghts I have OK?

    Maybe I'm being picky but I don't want to use screws that go to far in to the projector in case thay could damage anything...

    //Kris
     
  2. Roland @ B4

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    The 50mm should be fine but you could use up to 70mm without a problem. I would say the 40mm are a bit short but still should go all the way through.
     
  3. Kris

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    Thanks a 1.000.000!!

    //Kris
     
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    I always sit slightly to one side of the projector :)
     
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    Simelarly, I usually sit the wife under the projector with myself to one side. At least the unit will have a soft landing, minimising the damage should it fall. :smashin:

    Regards Rob.
     

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