Once upon a time, in a budget far far away, we had in-house AV people
who did this as a summer project. It was not only cleaning heads, but
blowing out dust, scraping the drool and who knows what off the cases,
etc. They dealt not only with VCRs but also overhead projectors,
cassette players, and so on. The equipment looked better and probably
Barre Supervisory Union
>>> Eric Hall <[log in to unmask]> 1/16/2008 12:17 PM >>>
Huh? We¹re supposed to clean those? :)
Seriously: we recently collected all of our VHS machines when our
school was renovated. They came out of every nook and cranny, and we
up with many more than we thought we had: most of them 6+ years old and
never had any ³maintenance.² We never had an elevator so every section
the building had their own.
We now have all of this equipment centrally deployed, and I suppose we
should run a head cleaner through them in the summer? What more do
need? Do they really need much maintenance? Perhaps yours are used
extensively than ours?
on 1/16/08 11:44 AM, Steve Jarrett wrote:
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> Our high school currently sends most of the audio-visual equipment
> cleaning each year, and would like to investigate doing it
> If you know what your schools do to clean and maintain your
> and DVD players and other equipment would you please let us know?
> Steve Jarrett
> District Technology Coordinator
> Chittenden East Supervisory Union
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