Question about HP f1905 19" Flat Panel LCD Monitor
Monitor has height and tilt adjustment but will not stay at set height. Monitor sinks down and rests on monitor feet.
I figured it out! Just takes a phillips screwdriver and a 5/16" open end wrench to tighten up some nuts inside the plastic housing. The plastic housing doesn't come off with the screws, but has to be slightly pryed up to release the little plastic catches. Be careful though, you don't want to break the plastic tabs. It's ok to break maybe 1 because there are several to take up the slack. At first I thought it was the nuts that are 1/2" (there are two that are close to 2 springs. But that was just for the tilt forward and backward. Actually there are 4 nuts (5/16") that need to be tightened. Don't over tighten or it will not tilt at all. I took photos of the disassembled base. If you have skype, then skype me at "golfbob" chino hills, and I can send the pics or talk you through it. Good luck.
Posted on Jan 29, 2008
Tighten any screws that may be visible on the monitor stand.
Posted on Jan 11, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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