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My InFocus IN2112 image is upside down how do I fix this

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SOURCE: Reverse projection upside down

Flip your screen upside down too

Posted on Jun 17, 2008

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SOURCE: InFocus X1 is upside down hanging from the ceiling.

go into menu, settings and image. chose front.

Posted on Sep 04, 2009

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SOURCE: I need to flip the image on the Infocus In2104

go into the menu, go to settings, image, and select ceiling (it's probably on "front" right now).

Posted on Mar 09, 2010

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SOURCE: ceiling mounted projector image upside down. how

download the manual from infocus

Posted on May 13, 2010

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SOURCE: The image from the InFocus is upside down. Do not

In the main menu, go to Settings, select System, and uncheck Ceiling (that setting is to allow it to be mounted upside down from a ceiling mount).

Posted on Aug 10, 2010

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My projector is ceiling mounted. It has been disconnected from it's power source for several weeks. Now that it has been reconnected, the image it projects is upside down. How do I fix this?


Search through the menu using the remote control until you get to the image orientation. I believe it's somewhere in the set-up menu. You can change it there.

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The image from the InFocus is upside down. Do not have a users manual. thanx, mike


In the main menu, go to Settings, select System, and uncheck Ceiling (that setting is to allow it to be mounted upside down from a ceiling mount).

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Our image is projecting upside down


you have accidentally switched it to ceiling mode. you need to go into the setup menu and turn off ceiling mount. this should fix your issue.

Jun 02, 2010 | InFocus In2106 Projector

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in the menu (settings) change the image orientation.

May 10, 2010 | InFocus IN5102 LCD Projector

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The Infocus logo image is up-side-down even without connecting to the computer.


Many projectors allow you to vertically flip the image for mounting the projectors upside down. Each projector is different in how to change that setting, so I would look in your owners manual.

Mar 11, 2010 | InFocus IN36 Projector

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Upside down images


the projector will project 4 image configurations: front, rear, ceiling front, and ceiling rear. go into the menu, under settings, and change it from ceiling to front.

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Picture is upside down


flip the projector over

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