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Cleaning your SMART UF55 projector oryour SMART UF55w projector
SMART hardware
 SMART UF55 projectors and SMART UF55w projectors
This document provides instructions for cleaning your SMART UF55 projector or your SMART UF55w projector.
Periodic cleaning of the projector’s internal color wheel position sensor and the projector’s
lens can greatly extend the life of your projector.SMART recommends that you clean your projector every six months. If your projector isregularly exposed to excessive dust, clean it every three months.
Cleaning a boom-mounted projector can result in a fall or injury. Use caution whenclimbing a ladder.
Before you clean the projector, turn off your projector and allow the lamp to cool for at least 30 minutes.
Do not spray cleaners on or near any part of the projector. Cleaners could damage the
 projector’s components and lamp, resulting in poor image quality and shortened lamp
Do not allow liquids or commercial solvents of any kind to flow into the projector  base or head.
 You can vacuum accumulated dust from the lamp module, vents and slots on your projector when you replace the lamp.To clean your projector, complete the following steps.
Clean the projector’s internal color wheel position sensor.
Clean the lens.
Cleaning the internal color wheel position sensor
Use a projector cleaning kit to remove accumulated dust from the internal color wheel position sensor.
If you don’t have a projector cleaning kit, contact SMART support
(smarttech.com/contactsupport). The kit is free, and you can use it to clean several projectors. The cleaning kit includes the following:
An air bellows bulb
An air tube
An air tube guide
You need a sturdy step-ladder to access the projector.
You need a Phillips No. 2 screwdriver (not included) to complete this procedure.To use the projector cleaning kit, follow these instructions. Alternatively, you can follow theinstructions in the
 Projector quick clean kit 
textless instructions (seesmarttech.com/kb/170127)and watch this how-to video. 
To clean the projector’s sensor 
Turn off your projector and wait 30 minutes for the lamp to cool completely.2.
Disconnect the power to the projector.3.
Using a stepladder to access the projector, remove the projector boom cover with aPhillips No. 2 screwdriver.
Cleaning a boom-mounted projector can result in a fall or injury. Use caution whenclimbing a ladder.4.
Loosen the large wing nut on the top of the ball joint to allow movement of the projector, pull the projector towards you to allow access to the vent, and then tightenthe wing nut.5.
Place the air tube guide into the vent so that it’s flush and can’t move laterally.
Insert the air tube into the air tube guide.7.
Place the air bellows bulb over the air tube.

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