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The stand is leaning vertically rather than leaning slightly back...

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SOURCE: Cannot raise vertical height after pushing button on back of monitor (button stuck in)

With the monitor in the lowest position, push down slightly on the monitor and push the button in. While holding the button in you should be able to raise the monitor with your other hand. This worked on the one I have.

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