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I mounted the projector on the ceiling and need to flip the image

There is no description for how to flip the image once you have ceiling mounted (nominally upside down) the projector

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  • Anonymous Mar 13, 2014

    THE SCREEN IS UPSIDE DOWN I CANT FIND SWTTING IN IMAGE TO CHASNGE

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Please describe problem more detailed.

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Hey there jpotto, You will need to use the installation menu. Inside you will find an option called image flip. Options are HV, H, V. Check it out. It specifically is used for ceiling mounts. Good Luck!

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Ok go in the main menu u see 4 windows under on eof the options flip throw the windows to get it to go right side up ok in menu settings on the sony ok

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    nick helpap Feb 02, 2008

    vertical flip 4 options ect in video menu of sony look for it adjust it

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    nick helpap Feb 02, 2008

    ya thats what i just said devo thx tho

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    nick helpap Feb 03, 2008

    i respomded 1st but thx tho anyways

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