Entertainment devices are the most extensively used electronic equipment at homes. All our homes are equipped with TVs, Radio sets, Music systems, Home theater systems, and PCs. While they seldom show any symptoms of abnormal functionality, it is imperative that we bestow effective maintenance session that they deserve. Beyond just swiping them with a damp cloth, there is more to include into consideration while cleansing, moving or repairing them. As the leading service providers of LED TV on rent in Delhi, we educate our customers in ensuring complete care of any audio video device installed.
Here is a glimpse of effective dos and don’ts we must remember.
Where should they be placed?
Away from heat
Electronic equipment should never be kept alongside other devices that discharge a large amount of heat. Better keep them away from electric heaters, inverter batteries, generators, and refrigerators.
Not in congestion
TVs, music systems, and others need sufficient surrounding area to release heat. Any congestion may either block their heat dispensing fans or harm other devices. Even in a requirement where a combination of different entertainment devices have to placed together (for e.g. a home theatre system), place them at the relative distance from each other so that they don’t come into contact with each other.
How to cleanse them
Avoid wet cloth on the LCDs and LEDs screen. This might result in the morphing of the pixels and thus result in distorted picture streaming. Always use a dry cloth for the screens, the bodies and even the wires.
Avoid mesh of wires
When too many types of equipment are placed closer to each other, the wires from each tend to form a complicated mesh. This might result in thick dirt elements to stick and affect the functioning. Once a week, disassemble the entire kit, clean it and reassemble.
A suitable alternative to avoid that would be using clips to tie the wires of the respective device together. Or you may also color them differently.
Don’t cover them with clothes
It’s OK to cover the devices with clothes when not in use but covering their back and sides while operating can hinder sufficient dissipating of the heat. Lack of ventilation can cause serious damage to the devices.
Avoid standing water
Although we ensure accomplished cleansing of the floors every day, an unattended leakage or moisture from the nearby wall can cause harm if it comes into contact. Check for all nearby walls, flooring etc to ensure dryness around.
Last and not least would be transporting them very safely. Especially, the audio devices that are prone to internal damage if not commuted carefully. Dissembling them and putting into smaller boxes with bubble wraps works as a shock absorbent.
For more information about PA Systems on rent in Delhi, reach our customer care and follow our post to read more diy tips to maintain your audio visual equipment.