dchristo wrote: »
Have a look at TechNote 559.--D
yuri wrote: »
Crack it open and turn the LCD panel. Maybe this was done on purpose?
John Nagy wrote: »
Of course that technote specifically states that the jumper to invert the image is ONLY on wall and rack mount panels, not on table top units like the original poster shows in his picture.
I still use lots of them in my personal residence and they still work great! they never go offline (even a wireless one.)
The image will be inverted, but the buttons are in the upright (original) positions on the touch surface.
A reload of the panel project seems to correct it when it does it this way... apparently not yours.
We've never seen this happen spontaneously on a panel that stays powered or is off only breifly. We suspect it is aged batteries.
I'm pretty sure the only real difference is the chassis. Though that doesn't mean it will be easy to open up and check.