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Projectors big and small do need regular maintenance in other to prevent breakdowns and ensure adequate returns on the investment.

The level of maintenance will depend mainly on the level of usage, type of usage, whether in a fixed position or different locations or regular basis as well as the environment, bar, dusty environment, or location with smoke and soot etc.

Projectors that are in use on daily basis need a more regular maintenance as opposed to a projector that only gets used a few times in a month.

Major reason for downtime can be attributed to the follwing factors.

  • Broken connection
  • Burnt out components such as DLP chips, LCD Panels, intake and exhaust fans, colour wheels and power supplies, ballast, Input ports [VGA, HDMI and Network Interface Connection].

Since these fault are preventable, it surely pays to ensure that your projectors are given regular maintenance.

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