Q: My manual screen is stuck and unable to retract back into its case. What can I do to retract again?
A: If you are not able to pull the screen down two inches when attempting to retract it, give the screen a quick yank downwards with a little bit of force. Please be sure to not stand directly under the housing of the unit when yanking down on the screen.
Q: Can I use my manual/electric Elite projection screen as a window shade to block the sunlight?
A: No, Elite manual and electric projection screens are not designed for use as a window curtain and should never be exposed to direct sunlight. Prolonged exposure to solar radiation will destroy synthetic materials and such damage is not covered by our standard warranty.
Q: Can the Manual B Series screen lock at any position?
A: No, the Manual B series screen can be locked in 5 cm intervals.
Q: Can the Manual B Series be converted into an electric screen?
A: No, the Manual B Series cannot be converted into an electric screen.
Q: Is there a tripod stand for the manual screen?
A: No, the Manual B Series does not have the option to be placed on a tripod stand.
Q: Can I flush mount my Manual B Series screen directly to the ceiling?
A: No, but Elite provides D RINGS attached to each end cap for a suspended ceiling installation.
Q: What are the model numbers for the Manual B Series?
A: Here is the full list of model numbers for the Manual B Series: M100S, M100V, M100H, M100X, M120H, M120X, M120V
Q: What is the difference between the Manual B series and the other Manual series?
A: For a complete comparison of the Manual B series and our other Manual series, please click here to view a comparison table.
Q: What is the main difference between the Manual B and Manual Series?
A: The main difference between the Manual B is the a thinner matte white surface, no top/bottom black masking borders and a 5cm stop and lock position. In contrast, the Manual Series has left/right/top/bottom black masking borders, a thicker matte white surface, and a 2cm stop and lock position.