can attach a compatible lens to the projector.
off the projector and unplug its power cord before attaching or
removing a lens; otherwise you could receive an electric
Turn off the projector and
unplug the power cord.
Avoid touching the lens with your bare
hands to prevent fingerprints on or damage to the lens surface.
Make sure the front of the projector is not facing up when you
attach the lens. This prevents dirt or dust from entering the
projector and lowering the projection quality.
Use your hand to loosen
the screw securing the lens cover to the projector.
Press the buttons on the sides of the lens
cover and pull the lens cover off the projector.
If you are attaching the
ELPLX02 or ELPLX02W lens, loosen the screws securing the lens
replacement cover on top of the projector and slide the cover off
If the lens lock lever is in the Lock position, release the lock lever. Pull
the black lever up (1), pinch the metal tab against the lever, move
it toward the Release position
until it stops (2), and then push the black lever in as shown
If the lens has a cap
covering its narrower end, remove the cap and store it for use if
you remove the lens later.
Position the lens so the white circle is on
top and insert the lens straight into the projector's lens
Hold the lens firmly as you lock the lens in
place. Pull the black lever up (1), pinch the metal tab against the
lever, move it toward the Lock
position until it stops (2), and then push the black lever in as
Replace the lens cover as shown.
Tighten the screw to
secure the lens cover to the projector.
Do one of the
If you attach a lens that is different from
the previous lens, you see a message to calibrate the lens the next
time you turn on the projector. Select Yes to calibrate the lens.
If you remove and attach the same lens, press
and hold the Default button on
the remote control for at least 3 seconds or select Lens Calibration in the Extended menu to
calibrate the lens.
Lens calibration takes up to 3 minutes to complete. When
calibration is finished, the lens returns to its previous position.
If you see a message that lens
calibration failed, turn off the projector, unplug the power cord,
remove the lens, and reinstall it. If you continue to see an error
message, contact Epson.