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I have been using an RS-1 for about 3 years that I bought from a store that is no longer in business.

It has always been ceiling mounted, so in actuality the picture is inverted, lately I have been experiencing short
life hours from the lamps, and have found out from a local repair shop who contacted JVC and they told the shop
that if it runs in the "Inverted" mode it DOES have tendencies to "Trip" the heat sensor, which is apparently the
problems I am now experiencing. My most "Recent" lamp(an OEM model) lasted only 1 hour, and the machine shut off.

My question is: What is the process to "Re-invert" it back to regular mode so it can be "shelf mounted"

ANY help[ will be greatly appreciated.

Wayne
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http://www.projectorcentral.com/pdf/projector_manual_3588.pdf

Check out page 29 of the manual I just linked you to. smile.gif
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Thank you very much. I now have that manual....Wayne
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