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How can i adjust the monitor to sit back?

The all in one monitor leans forward and I would like it to adjust back more. The support on the back of the computer is fully extended. I don't want to break it..

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The "Backet" can be adjust a bit. That it , if it's fully extended. If you elevate the front legs a inch or two, will change the angle a bit.

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