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. You can reverse or flip the image for installation in a rear projection system or on the ceiling. To reverse or flip the image, press the Menu button on the keypad. Go to Main > Setup > System. Select the Rear checkbox or the Ceiling checkbox.

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Look for a menu setup item to change this.

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