Is the screen adjustable at to how it is tilted on its stand?
I just bought the floor model of an acer P191W without an instruction manual. I did not realized the screen was tilted down when I made the purchase. Is the screen adjustable and if so, can you tell me how?
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Not safely and not unless you are confident and competent with electronics. I would put the dimming down to a failing display circuit, but the buzzing sounds as though a short is developing. I would take it to a tv repair shop who can advise better and maybe replace or repair the components
Is the mounting piece at the bottom of the lcd fixed or not, see if it is placed the right way and inserted the right way, if it is, look on either side where the swivel mounting is, does it move, and if so apply a bit of pressure to move that unit. If not apply 3 in 1 oil to the "hinges" to lubricate it a bit.
brianfh01, Hi, I'm louie12fix. Can't say we will be able to fix, but we can try some different things. Will P191W do same stuff if connected to different PC? Did it work (perform perfectly) one day, and then act like junk the next day? Did you check with ACER about warranty service?? Are you using this unit for business or home? Can you, or did you connect different monitor to the pc that the P191W was connected? I certainly would be trully ********** if a 4month old monitor didn't perform to specification. Did you buy it locally or online? If local, maybe the store will swap it out for you. Bye for now. Get back to me at louie12fix on fixya or lmistyrel @aim.com