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The monitor should be able to move up and down and tilt from its stand. You can try this by grabbing the sides of the monitor and rotating it inward or outward. It should not take much effort to get it to tilt. If it doesn't move with minimal effort then it may not be able to tilt.
Tilting on most Monitors is designed to require some force to prevent it from slipping.
Gently yet firmly hold down the base of the monitor on the desk with one hand. Then place a second hand on the bottom of the screen and pull it towards you using even pressure. It will slowly move.
Please also keep in mind that your monitor may not be able to tilt much. If you need it to tilt further, you can buy an alternative stand for it.
mcdevito75 here, You should be able to hold the monitor at the 9 and 3 O"clock position and simply use your hands to tilt the monitor to it"s desired position, look for any Locking type knobs on the back of the monitor Not the monitor itself but the base, the part the monitor is attached to, if so Loosen knob--s just enough to move monitor then re-tighten when done.
I have checked with LG and unfortunately there is no option of taking out the stump as the monito was meant to be kept on the table over the stand which came along with it.
Bur we do have a option of all mounting the monitor as well for which you will have to separately purchase the wall mount plate. Please call the customer services at 1300 54 2273.
According to your monitor size, you should choose the right mount fits your monitor size. Also pay attention to the mount max loading weight.
The wall mounts have various kinds of format. Such as tilt mount format, flat mount format, swivel/tilt format what you like to mount it. You can visit the professional monitor mount store www.mount4less.com.
I have Model X203H & had the same problem. The support CD explained how to adjust the monitor:
Screen position adjustment
To optimize the viewing position, you can adjust the monitor tilt by using
both of your hands to hold the edges of the monitor.
The monitor can be adjusted to 15 degrees up or 5 degrees down.
If movement is affecting performance of a device, most possible chances are you have a loose connection. Please contact the vendor for a replacement of the LCD cable / the LCD itself as the case might be
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.