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Elite Screens' Blog Team

Elite Screens' Blog Team

A customer is interested in restoring a Vintage Elite Projector Screen. Our service department was able to find the old link so that the customer could proceed with their project.


*The discussion below is based on actual chat transcripts with the omission of any personal/confidential material to protect the customer’s privacy. An example in this case is to change the contact’s identification name/number to “Customer” or a generic name.



[22:19] Customer: Hi! I had to replace my 92" VMAX screen a couple of weeks ago and I got a new VMAX2 which is fine. But I'd like to be able to use the old screen and just get direct control of the motor. I wondered if you could tell me the specs on the motor.

[22:19]        Rick: Certainly, I’d be glad to help you with that.

[22:20] Customer: Hi Rick!

[22:20] Customer: I didn't mention that the problem with the old screen was the control board which I was told is was Version 1.4

[22:21]        Rick: Hello

[22:21]        Rick: One moment please and I will bring up that information for you.

[22:21] Customer: OK, I appreciate it!

[22:22]        Rick: Here is the file for the wire connections on the 110v synchronized motor : 

[22:22]        Rick: Here is the file for dry contact – direct control : 

[22:24] Customer: OK, that's great! I think that tells me what I need to know!!

[22:24]        Rick: you're welcome.

[22:25] Customer: Bye! Thanks again! I like the new screen! It looks better with the black case too. The old one was white or off-white...

[22:26]        Rick: I’m happy to hear that.  Thank you for choosing Elite Screens.

[22:26] Customer: Yep! Have a good day!