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Upside-Down Mezuzah scroll upside-down on the door. Is the mitzva being fulfilled?

IfI observe that a mezuzah is attached to the door with the top of the mezuzah scroll wasdirected to the top of the door.

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If a mezuzah were (accidentally) attached upside-down onwith the doortop of the mezuzah facing down, ishas the mitzvah beingbeen fulfilled? Also, wouldWould a new brachabrocho be required when putting it back the correctright way up?

As always,Related: CYLOR for practical advice.Is there any restriction on what constitutes a mezuzah case?

Upside-Down Mezuzah

If the mezuzah scroll was (accidentally) attached upside-down on the door, is the mitzvah being fulfilled? Also, would a new bracha be required when putting it back the correct way?

As always, CYLOR for practical advice.

Mezuzah scroll upside-down on the door. Is the mitzva being fulfilled?

I observe that a mezuzah is attached to the door with the top of the mezuzah directed to the top of the door.

I am looking for sources to answer this question:

If a mezuzah were (accidentally) attached with the top of the mezuzah facing down, has the mitzvah been fulfilled? Would a new brocho be required when putting it back the right way up?

Related: Is there any restriction on what constitutes a mezuzah case?

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I observe that a mezuzah is attached to the door with the top ofIf the mezuzah directed to the top of the door.

I am looking for sources to answer this question:

If a mezuzah werescroll was (accidentally) attached with the top ofupside-down on the mezuzah facing downdoor, hasis the mitzvah beenbeing fulfilled? WouldAlso, would a new brochobracha be required when putting it back the rightcorrect way up?

Related:As always, Is there any restriction on what constitutes a mezuzah case?CYLOR for practical advice.

Mezuzah scroll upside-down on the door. Is the mitzva being fulfilled?

I observe that a mezuzah is attached to the door with the top of the mezuzah directed to the top of the door.

I am looking for sources to answer this question:

If a mezuzah were (accidentally) attached with the top of the mezuzah facing down, has the mitzvah been fulfilled? Would a new brocho be required when putting it back the right way up?

Related: Is there any restriction on what constitutes a mezuzah case?

Upside-Down Mezuzah

If the mezuzah scroll was (accidentally) attached upside-down on the door, is the mitzvah being fulfilled? Also, would a new bracha be required when putting it back the correct way?

As always, CYLOR for practical advice.

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Mezuzah scroll upside-down on the door. Is the mitzva being fulfilled?

I observe that a mezuzah is attached to the door with the top of the mezuzah directed to the top of the door.

I am looking for sources to answer this question:

If a mezuzah were (accidentally) attached with the top of the mezuzah facing down, has the mitzvah been fulfilled? Would a new brocho be required when putting it back the right way up?

Related: Is there any restriction on what constitutes a mezuzah case?