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You need to figure out why it wasn't balanced properly. Was it not sitting on the stand correctly? Have you attached things to it (like a screen to reduce glare) that might make it heavier on one side / front / back?
If it is definitely heavier at one side (or at the front or back), you might consider propping it up with a few large books - dictionaries are good. Or if you have a desk with a strong frame, you could attach it to the frame with a few bungee cords, stretched in various directions so that there's no single direction of force working on the monitor.
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Posted on Oct 10, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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