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Someone changed a setting

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!

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  • laman825 Feb 05, 2009

    It's a DPL projector. I use it to show images from my laptop.

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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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