1.Clear an enough area of rocks, twigs or branches or sharp objects. Take the screen out of package bag and place the front facing downward on the ground, lawn or unfold it on top of a sheet. Make sure there are no twists in the outside frame before plugging it in to activate blowers.
2. Attach the screen itself to the back of the inflatable frame. Typically, it will clip on all the way around the screen. The wrinkles from folding and storing will not be noticeable once it gets dark and the projector is shining light on it. When you are ready to go, plug it in and watch the whole thing inflate in seconds.
3. Use any tie-down cords and stakes to secure the screen. They clip to loops on the sides, top and bottom. Tie them around trees or fences or hammer a stake into the ground so the wind doesn’t topple the screen. Have a friend hold the screen while you attach and secure the tie-down cords.
Tips & Warnings
Set up a table and projector about 12 to 15 feet in front of screen. Place the projector and computer on the table and plug everything into a power strip. Connect the two devices with appropriate cords that come with projector.
Speakers can be set up to the right and left of the screen, and you can set up lawn chairs for your audience.
The sound of the blower will be continual, but with the audio cranked up, you should hardly notice it.
It takes about 30 minutes or so to get everything in place.
Picking the right movie may be difficult. Popular titles like “Finding Nemo” or “Cars” are favorites with all ages.
It does take about 30 minutes or so to get everything set up, but breakdown is much quicker for some reason.
Written by Doris from East Inflatables.