Are you currently trying to setup a projector and the image is upside down? 

In this tutorial we show you two ways to fix a projected image that is upside down for any brand of projector.

The projected image is likely upside down because the projector thinks it’s currently hung from the ceiling and you’re wanting it on a table (or the opposite). 

There are two ways to correct the upside down projector:

  1. Change the location of the projector in the menu setting
  2. Factory Reset.

Fix Upside Down Projector

Time needed: 1 minute.

Use these steps to fix an upside down projected image

  1. Click “Menu” On The Projector

  2. Find a menu option that says “location”, “projection”, or “mount”

  3. Change it from Ceiling or Top to Front or Table

Factory Reset The Projector

If you could not use the previous method, or couldn’t find the menu setting, then you can factory reset the projector. 

How to factory reset a projector:

  1. Click “Menu” on the projector
  2. Select “Reset” “Setup” or “utility”
  3. Select “Factory Reset” or “Reset all”

Both of these options will help you to fix a projected image that appears upside down!

Fix Upside Down Projector Chapters

  • 0:00 – Introduction
  • 0:25 – Option 1: Change Location To Front
  • 1:03 – Option 2: Factory Reset
  • 1:55 – Final Thoughts

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Jordan Kettner

I consider myself to be half entrepreneur and half A/V geek. I am never content to settle for what is expected or determined by others to be the “industry standard”. Instead, I work extremely hard to break new ground and deliver value to whoever I meet.

My passion for the audio visual industry drives me to create content that will help others learn the best tools and techniques to learn how to setup their home studio.

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