[Noisebridge-discuss] Turing Classroom Sunday Night?

Patrick Keys citizenkeys at gmail.com
Fri Jan 21 22:34:49 PST 2011


both of those projectors are the same except one has the glitchy square block and the other displays just fine. instead of swapping bulbs, why not just use the other projector?

also, my projector stand/cart is in the science area by the big scanning electron microscope.  feel free to move it into the classroom and use it if you dont want to mess with the projector mount.


Patrick


"miloh" <froggytoad at gmail.com> wrote:

>On Fri, Jan 21, 2011 at 1:38 PM, Jared Dunne <jareddunne at gmail.com>
>wrote:
>> Peter-
>>
>> There is normally a projector that lives in that back classroom
>> (Turing).  Fair warning it's slightly buggy in that it projects with
>a
>> grey rectangle overlayed the upper leftish side of the projected
>> image.  It's still functional but just a bit distracting.  If you
>plan
>> to have slides, I'd suggest putting any pretty images or stuff you
>> don't want overlaid with grey-rectangle to the right hand side of
>your
>> slides.
>>
>
>We have two of those projectors.
>
>Swap the good bulb out of the bad projector and put it in the good
>projector.  The good projector is in bottom drawer of the wooden
>reception desk.
>
>Carefully remove the jankmounting attachment to get access to the
>projector.  Remove the panel and perform the transplant, keeping the
>broken bulb assembly for later replacement or hackup.
>
>Replace the jankmounting attachment onto the projector with the
>functioning bulb.  This requires a standard screwdriver and a metric
>hex set.  Take care to tighten the bolts just enough so the jankmount
>is steady.
>
>-rma
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