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The Auto knob maybe mechanically stuck or the internal switch may be defective.
Try pressing the Auto switch firmly 10-15 times,If monitor works now the switch is defective and needs replacement.
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mcdevito75 here, Most Monitors will angle some what for ease of viewing by simply angleing by hand pressure, secure your monitor at the 3 and 9 O"clock position with your hands and see if this helps. Look at the base and back of your monitor for any levers, or knobs to loosen so you can adjust the angle. Remember you may not be able to angle your monitor and if not, you may have to use a better chair.
Yes, there is one solution. Open the monitor case, then see for Flyback transformer ( with cable attached to the CRT Tube with rubber cap).Then using screw driver (+ or - ), adjust the screen positions until you get the best brightness.Usually it's on the lower part of Flyback transformer, on the upper side, it's used to adjust the focus.
I have Model X203H & had the same problem. The support CD explained how to adjust the monitor:
Screen position adjustment
To optimize the viewing position, you can adjust the monitor tilt by using
both of your hands to hold the edges of the monitor.
The monitor can be adjusted to 15 degrees up or 5 degrees down.
The ViewSonic VG1930wm has a height adjustment range of 3.2", TILT capabilities, and a swivel range of 360 degrees.
So yes your monitor should be able to tilt back and forth. Most likely if you hold the base of the monitor, and press somewhere on the front at the top or bottom (do not press on the screen itself) then it should easily tilt back and forth. Occassionally there is a switch you may have to hold while you push on the front-top/bottom of the monitor which acts as a lock for the tilt angle.
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Height adjustment range 3.2", tilt, swivel range 360º