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3.2.14 Removing the Adjustable Foot Unit Prerequisite Complete the steps explained in sections 3.2.1, 3.2.4, 3.2.10, and 3.2.11. 1. Turn the adjustable foot counterclockwise about 40 times to remove it. 2. While pressing the foot lever, pull the foot axis upward to remove it. 3. Slide the upper side (foot lever side) of the compression spring to remove it. 4. Remove the foot lever pin then remove the foot lever When installing or removing the adjustable foot unit, do not fold or peel the foot...

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Signals RT 0 7, GT 0 7, and BT 0 7, output from the main board, are converted into analog signals by the digital to analog converter DAC IC601 before being output to the driver circuit for the light valves. Timing signals for the monitor output from the main board are converted into the signals for the light valves LCDs by IC800 before outputting them. The sub-brightness circuit modifies the output level of the R G B analog signals while controlling the lamp circuit for the analog display...

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When power is turned on, the driver board activates the reset signal, which is controlled by IC601, and the CPU reads the program from flash ROM and writes it into RAM IC303 . Then the CPU sets the functions based on the program and projects the initial image. The digital video interface IC201 from the video board generates timing to project the image data received or executes data bit conversion A D to write the received analog image data to SRAM. The memory controller IC302 performs read...

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After completing the focus alignment, you should use the image adjustment program to obtain the best display quality. This program specify the electrical parameters in order to obtain best display quality. The image adjustment program is supplied on an MS-DOS diskette. Follow the messages in the image adjustment program as you select menu options. When menu options 1 through 4 are executed, the image adjustment program transfers the adjusted settings to the projector's RAM via the RS-232C...