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How should I transport the product?

  • The projector contains precision parts, some of which are glass. Follow the guidelines here to transport, ship, or store the projector safely.

    Caution:
    Use four or more people to unpack or lift the projector. Hold the carrying handles to lift the projector.

    Warning: When moving the projector, do not hold the lens replacement cover. It may come off and the projector may fall, which could cause an injury.

    1. Turn the projector off, wait for it to beep, and remove any equipment connected to the projector.
    2. Do one of the following:
      • If you are moving the projector a short distance, attach the lens cap to the lens unit.

      • If you are packing the projector to transport it a long distance, remove the lens unit and attach the cap for the lens cover.

    3. To lift or lower the projector, install four commercially available eye bolt screws to the screw thread holes in each corner of the projector or to the handle. Attach straps or chains to the screws and make sure the angle of the strap is 60 degrees or more when lifting or lowering the projector.
      • If you are attaching the eye bolts to the projector, use four commercially available M8 eye bolts (ankle length 0.4 to 0.6 inches [11 to 16 mm]) and attach them to the four screw holes for eye bolts.

      • If you are attaching the eye bolts to the handle, use four commercially available M10 eye bolts (ankle length 0.4 inches [11 mm] or more) and attach them to the four screw holes for eye bolts.



      Caution:
      Do not lift the projector with the front, back, or side of the projector facing up. Do not use the eye bolt screws for permanent installation as this can cause damage. When using a forklift to lift the projector, do not insert the forks from the front of the projector (the side with the lens), as this could damage the lens unit or the projector. Insert the forks from the rear or side of the projector.





      Caution:
      Do not use the eye bolt screws for permanent installation as this can cause damage. When using a forklift to lift the projector, do not insert the forks from the front of the projector (the side with the lens), as this could damage the lens unit or the projector. Insert the forks from the rear or side of the projector.

      Caution:
      When using a forklift to lift the projector, do not insert the forks from the front of the projector (the side with the lens), as this could damage the lens unit or the projector. Insert the forks from the rear or side of the projector.

    4. Enclose the projector securely in packaging material to protect it from shock, and place it into a strong container. Be sure to notify the carrier company that it is precision equipment and that it needs to be kept horizontally during transportation.

    Note: Epson shall not be liable for any damages incurred during transportation.

    Related tasks
    Turning Off the Projector
    Removing a Lens
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