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CL-610 RUNCO PROJECTION SCREEN IS UPSIDE DOWN. Some one touched the remote control and I am at a loss to fix problem.

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Turn on your projector as usual, and using the remote, press the 'menu' button.

the menu will appear on the scree (albeit upside-down), and your looking for a setting like 'setup' or 'orientation'.

some runco's need a special code to get into some menus, but the orientation selection should be easy.

once you find the menu, there are usually 4 choices; front projection/floor mount, front projection/ceiling mount, rear projection/floor mount, and rear projection/ceiling mount.

the most common is 'front projection/ceiling mount'

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