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Hi. I just purchased a used hitachi PJ TX10 projector. It came with the wall mount. I took the wall mount off but the projected picture is still upside down now. . I want to use the projector without the wall mount. How do I get the picture right side up?

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MENU, MAIN , MIRROR and select the orientation you need

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