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Both facing upward, with the flat parallel to the engine deck. Then the #1 cylinder lobes should both be facing upward (relative to the engine deck- remember the engine sits tilted at an angle in the engine bay), and slightly pointing inward toward each other.
The stand does tilt the TV forward but you can adjust it. Remove the entire stand bracket from the back of the TV with a philips head screwdriver (6 screws). Then use a 1/2" wrench to loosen the two adjustment bolts on the wings. Straighten the angle on the wings, retighten the bolts, and reinstall the bracket. Then the TV will stand straight up.
tot2523, your on off switch needs to be replaced. We have one, and we are now on our 2nd repair of the switch. First one blew and now the power switch won't go on. It seems it is a flaw with this t.v. Our t.v. is only 2 years old.....