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Radar Displays the image upside down

Image is upside down and need to flip it. As we head out to sea it shows the landmass in front of us.

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If this is on the radar screen, you'll have to set your heading alignment on your radar. The radar may be 180 degrees out. if this occurs on the plotter, then if you have a heading sensor attached or an autopilot, your heading may be off.

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