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X2gen MG19E monitor

I've just gotten a X2gen MG19E monitor. It didn't come with a book or any instructions. The base appears to only go on one way but the monitor angles down. It doesn't appear that the base has any tilt and I didn't want to break it. Does this base tilt? If not, any suggestions?

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It DOES tilt...hold the screen by the sides and tilt up or down.

Well, my MW19U (X2gen) does.

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The only way to adjust the tilt on these monitors is to loosen the screws that attach the stand to the monitor. We had to completely remove the stand from the monitor to get to these stand screws.

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