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But that is for an LG TV. The same phenomena occurs regarding motherboards in some other brands. Your brand is a Sunsui.
If used with a computer:
if connected to a computer, cntrl alt + up would flip it back to normal(for some computers).. if that shortcut doesn't work you can go into control panel and flip the orientation. Or right click on an open section and select screen resolution (Win 7) The resolution will say something like Landscaped Flipped.
Samsung say you should try the factory reset option.
If that doesn't work it could be a fault on the main board. Sometimes this happens when boards are replaced.
There is also a service mode that allows you to flip the main screen. You can find how to access that by searching YouTube with the words "Samsung TV picture upside down".
Try the other options first though.
in your menu there is a couple of options, one for use with mirror that flips the picture, another that flips the pic for mounting upside down. and another for flipping it upside down with mirror.
please select normal in this option as your prob just mounting it on a desk or table.