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Silver Ticket 0.4" (10 cm) 6 Piece THIN BEZEL Fixed Frame Projection Screen Installation

Silver Ticket 0.4" Thin Bezel Fixed Frame Installation

Assemble and Install a 6-Piece Silver Ticket Products fixed frame projection screen.


Use this guide to completely assemble and install your Silver Ticket thin bezel fixed frame screen.
  • Difficulty: Intermediate
  • Time Required: 60 min
  • Recommended Labor: 2



  • 2.5 mm hex wrench
  • 1 x Phillips Screwdriver* (not included)
* Denotes that a tool may be optional.


  • 1 x Screen Material
  • 2 x Side Frame Rail [S] 45° cuts on both ends
  • 2 x Upper/Lower Frame Rail [R1] 45° cut on one end
  • 2 x Upper/Lower Frame Rail [R2] 45° cut on one end
  • 2 x Side Bezel
  • 2 x Upper/Lower Bezel
  • 2 x Upper/Lower Bezel
  • 2 x Aluminum Joint Bar
  • 2 x Side Tension Rod
  • 4 x Upper/Lower Tension Rod
  • 1 x Vertical Support Brace Some models contain two braces

Hardware Kit Includes:

  • Fixing lugs (amount varies)
  • 4 x Corner Brackets
  • 4 x Corner Support and Set Screws
  • 2 x Lower Mounting Brackets
  • 2 x Upper Mounting Brackets
  • 17 x Corner Screws
  • 4 x Small Corner Support Plate
  • 8 x Corner Set Screws
  • 8 x Joint Screws
  • 8 x Wall Screws
  • 8 x Wall Anchors
* Denotes that a part may be optional.


1. Preparation

Tip: Be sure to read the included instruction manual and follow the steps it provides along with this step-by-step guide.
Note: Parts and packaging may vary from the photographs shown, depending on the specific screen model.
Warning: If you are unable to safely install the screen, consult a professional.
1. Ensure that the assembly area is clean and clear of debris and sharp objects.
2. Remove all the parts from the packaging box.
3. Verify that all the parts necessary to begin the assembly are present.

2. Slide the Fixing lugs into each frame rail.

Note: There may or may not be stickers indicating how many lugs there should be. If there are not, you need to count the notches in the edge of the material and match those.

1. Slide the fixing lugs into the frame rail as shown in the following images.

View the images for reference:

3. Splice the Upper and Lower Frame Rails

1. Line up the non-angled frame ends of the two lower frame pieces with the aluminum bar in the middle.
2. Secure the aluminum bar to one frame piece with two screws, then slide the other frame piece onto the aluminum bar and secure with two screws.
3. Repeat these steps for the two upper frame pieces.
View the following images and videos for reference.

4. Assemble the Corners

1. Lay out all of the frame pieces in the shape of the finished screen.
2. Insert one end of an L-bracket into the track on one corner angle frame rail and align the screw holes.
3. Secure the L-bracket to the frame piece with two screws.
4. Put the Corner Support in the corners with the L-Bracket.
4. Insert the other end of the L-bracket into the other angled frame rail and align the screw holes.
5. Completely secure the L-bracket in place with the remaining two screws. Use set screws to secure the Corner Support Plate.
6. The last two L-brackets need to be inserted at the same time by first inserting one side into the loose frame piece and putting both sides of the loose frame piece into the rest of the frame simultaneously.
View the following images and videos for reference.

5. Prepare the Screen Material

Note: Each upper/lower tension rod only has one rubber cap - the capped ends of each rod should face out toward the screen corners which will allow the non-capped ends to overlap inside the screen pocket.

1. Unroll the screen material and lay inside the assembled frame with the viewing surface facing downward.
2. Identify the proper-sized tensioning rods for each frame rail and set them near the assembled frame.
3. Carefully slide each tensioning rod into each screen pocket.
4. The short tensioning rods will overlap slightly in the upper pocket and lower pocket. For that reason, only one side will have a rubber end on it.
Warning: Do not force the rod as it may exit the pocket and puncture or scratch the viewing area of the screen.

6. Attach the Screen to the Frame

1. Count the number of cut-outs on each edge of the material and lay out that number of fixing lugs at the corresponding side of the frame.
2. Start at the corners and attach two to four fixing lugs to the material to each corner. Stretch the the tension rod over the fixing lug and through the notch in the material. 
3. After all the corners are attached, work your way around the frame until it is completely taut and flat.
Note: The material will be extremely tight. Do not worry. This is by design and the material will not rip from the tension.

7. Install the Vertical Support Brace

This can be done before or after step 8.

Note: The appearance and quantity of vertical support braces will vary between screen models, but the function remains the same.
Note: The support bar fits into grooves on the back of the assembled top and bottom frame pieces. When properly installed, it will provide additional support to the frame between the top and bottom sections to prevent the frame from sagging.
Tip: It may be best to have assistance at this step - one person can pull outward on the frame to make it easier for the other person to slide the bar in place. See the video tutorials in this image gallery of this step for additional information. The support bar fits very tight.
Warning: If you are having difficulty getting the support bar to slide in place, do not use excessive force as you could damage the screen material.
1. To begin installing the support bar, insert one end of the bar into the groove on one side, then swing the other end toward one side of the frame far enough that the bar is able to slide into the track.
2. Be sure one end of the support is in the groove on one end.
3. Carefully slide the other end of the support bar along the track of the frame until it is straight over the joints of the upper and lower frame pieces.


7. Attach the bezel

This can be done before or after step 7.

Note: If you plan to use your screen without a bezel, skip this step. Be aware that, without the bezel, you cannot use the lower mounts included. Contact support for other options. Below is how the frame looks from the front without the bezel.

1. With the screen remaining face-down, match the size of each frame piece with the bezel piece.

2. Attach one piece at a time by first touching the velvet side to the front edge and curving it around and over the fixing lugs. There is a groove that the bezel snaps into.

3. If you accidentally misaligned the bezel, you can remove the bezel by using a flat-head screwdriver and prying the bezel off the groove like a paint can- beginning at one end and moving to the other end.

8. Install the Upper Mounting Brackets

1. Measure the height of the assembled frame (A) and the width of the assembled frame (B). Make note of these measurements.
2. The approximate horizontal bracket spacing (C) can be determined by subtracting 40" (1000mm) from (B). For wood-framed walls, find two studs that are the closest to (C) distance apart, mark these studs - this will be your new horizontal bracket spacing (C).
3.The top of each upper bracket should be 3.5" below the desired location for the top of the frame. Secure the upper brackets into the wall at the marked locations. Make sure they are level with each other and (C) distance apart.
4. The lower mounting bracket is flush to the bottom of the frame when the clamp on the bracket is shut. Mark where the bottom of the screen sits when the screen is hanging on the upper brackets. Then, align the lower mounting bracket with that marking and then use the anchors and screws to secure it to the wall. Continue to step 9 finish.
Tip: If the screen is 110" wide (B), subtract 40" to get the bracket spacing of 70". Then find two studs about 70" spaced apart - for 16" spaced studs this would be 64". 64" will be the new horizontal bracket spacing (C).
Note: The minimum ceiling clearance this bracket system will allow is 1/8", which means that the top of the upper brackets needs to be placed at minimum of 3/8" from the ceiling to allow room to mount the screen.

8. Install the Lower Mounting Brackets

1. The lower mounting bracket is flush to the bottom of the frame when the clamp on the bracket is shut. Mark where the bottom of the screen sits when the screen is hanging on the upper brackets. Align the lower mounting bracket with that marking and then use the anchors and screws to secure it to the wall.
2. Align the lower mounting bracket with that marking and then use the anchors and screws to secure it to the wall. Make sure they are level with each other, directly below the upper mounting brackets, and (C) distance apart.

9. Install the Assembled Screen


1. Partially loosen the locking screw on each lower mounting bracket.
2. Lift the screen up and rest the screen on the two upper mounting brackets. Make sure the lip of each bracket inserts into the upper mounting track on the upper frame rail.
3. Let the screen hang, resting against the lower mounting brackets.
4. Slide the screen left or right until the desired horizontal position is achieved.
5. Tighten the locking screws on each lower mounting bracket until the frame is secured in place.

Finishing Up

Your screen should now be fully assembled and mounted. Now go relax and enjoy your screen!