Question about Acer AL2032WD 20" Flat Panel LCD Monitor
The screen in my acer al2032wd 20in flat is tilted and i can't move it back. how do i do this?
The pivot point for screen tilt on acer is very firm and its almost impossible to adjust whilst facing it in normal viewing position. You need to place monitor on a firm surface at right angles to you, and firmly holding screen with both hands, slowly and gently apply pressure until it starts to move. Continue to full tilt 'back position'. Now place monitor back in its usual place and slowly tilt it forward to your preferred position. Easy as. firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on Jun 22, 2013
Try reseting the settings to factory defauts in the monitors user menu. You can get more details from the manual on this.
If reseting the settings doesnt work. Could you take a photo so we would have a better understanding of the problem :-)
Or do you mean the screen is fysically tilted? If parts are broken and you are unable to move the screen, then I cant offer much help, you could contact acer for support or to take it to a local pc shop for analysis.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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