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Ceining Mounting when mounting in the ceiling should the projector be turned upside down? If Yes how to change the setting on the image? Everything is upside down!

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In the menu (settings) change the image orientation.

Posted on May 10, 2010

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In most projector OCD menu (keep in mind you may want to do this before mounting), under the "Installation" or "Initial Installation" section should be an option about Projection mode/method. The options should allow you to pick front, rear, ceiling, or ceiling+rear. This sets the project to know when it will be in front of the screen, behind it, and/or attached to the ceiling (which it knows will be upside down). Then you simply set it to ceiling, mount the projector, and finish your other adjustments as needed.

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Not sure what your problem is. If it's how to turn the image upside down for ceiling mounting open the main menu & go to settings & check for a setting that shows choices of "FRONT" "REAR" "CEILING" etc. & select "CEILING". Otherwise you'll need to clarify please.
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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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The user's guide says for ceiling mounting,
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The user's guide is on the CD included with the projector as a pdf file. You can also download the user's guide here:

http://www.viewsonic.com/assets/006/5619.pdf

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The orientation of your projector can be setup from the "Option" menu. You may need to select the "FRONT" and "CEILING" options to display the correct orientation of the image.

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You may have figured it out by now... From the remote, you go into the menu and find the setting "Display Image" and the option is "Ceiling".

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