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Monitor clip hello there, i cant seem to turn the stand at the bottom of the monitor to straight'en it up right, in order for the monitor to sit level. many thanks, david mackenzie.

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Hello,
the solution for you is to take your monitor and flip it upside down and re-align the slot on the monitor clip /stand so that it lines up with the front of the monitor. Return the monitor back to its normal position on the desk and it should now behave properly.

Good Luck!
Rich Lilja

Posted on Nov 26, 2008

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