They made the projection come on backwards. Now, I need to set it back to normal. We've tried everything we can think of in the menu screen, but it doesn't seem to work. We specifically tried the display menu, but all it did was move the projection up, down and sidways. Help!
The setting is in the Menu. It sounds like you went to the "Image" section which lets you make the adjustments you list. Try the "Source" menu, then "Mirror". That's where you will find options for Rear Screen Projection, which makes the image backwards.
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Your projector has been set up for rear projection - you need to change it to front projection. Access the setup menu, then use the option to flip the image horizontally. Viewing the image in a mirror may make it easier for you while navigating through the menu options
Your projector has been set up for rear projection mode (projecting the image from behind a translucent screen. You need to access the setup menus and reorientate it for front projection. Using a mirror to view the image whilst navigating through the menus may help :o)
It does not sound like resetting the lamp timer is what is keeping the projector from throwing an image. Try walking through the steps of the installation backwards to remove the bulb completely. Then reinstall the bulb again from scratch making sure everything is seated properly. If it powers up again just remember to set the clock back on the bulb.
Hi there. What windows are you using? There are a few different ways of chaning it but usually diferent depending on what make computer and what windows you are running, but normally on xp you can go into display and go to the advanced settings, then click on graphics setting and it gives you the option to change everything including temp, saturation etc.