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    HELP -Rotate view on old Epson EMP-52 Projectors without a remote.

    We have a couple of old Epson EMP-52 projectors here which have been taken down and replaced by newer models. We want o use these old Epsons for just fitting to random laptops and using to project to non IWBs Trouble is the display is set for upside down ( as they were ceiling mounted).

    I can't seem to figure out out to rotate the display back to normal without a remote, which of course we have lost or should i say the teaching staff have lost over the years.


    Does anyone know if this can be done or does anyone have a spare/old remote?

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    According the the manual
    The configuration menus can be operated using the remote control only.
    Have you got any onther Epson PJs on site? You might find their remotes will get you into the configuration menus if you are lucky. If you do you need the following setting.

    Advanced > Reset

    One poss work arround if you can not get a remote would be to use the rotate desktop feature on the laptops graphics card when attached to the PJ.
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    Might sound silly but have you checked the little drawer on the front of the projector to see if the remote has been put where it should be put?

    Its so unusual to have things put back where they belong that it is usually the last place we look.

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    Or can you RS232 into it if its got a connector for that on it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyle View Post
    We have a couple of old Epson EMP-52 projectors here which have been taken down and replaced by newer models. We want o use these old Epsons for just fitting to random laptops and using to project to non IWBs Trouble is the display is set for upside down ( as they were ceiling mounted).

    I can't seem to figure out out to rotate the display back to normal without a remote, which of course we have lost or should i say the teaching staff have lost over the years.


    Does anyone know if this can be done or does anyone have a spare/old remote?
    I may be able to find a epson remote, where abouts are you located?

    RobK

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    I think we may have one as well.


    I'll have a look



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