Classroom Projectors: Kensington Lock

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Classroom Projectors: Kensington Lock

AV Tip: If your projector is damaged in some way, you should check your warranty. A Return to Base projector warranty is the most basic warranty as well as the most common. The way it works is if the data projector is not working, you have to pack it up and return it to the manufacturer. The manufacturer will repair the data projector and send it back to you. This is not the best warranty because you are without your data projector until they get it fixed and return it to you. The average repair time is 2 to 3 weeks. Plus, you could be looking at a longer wait because the repair parts might be on backorder. Projector warranties can be confusing and can vary greatly from one manufacturer to another.



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