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Position of monitor

I need to move the monitor down. I work on a table on it is situated too high. Not tilt, but actually the monitor itself needs to be lowered.

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There is no mechanism on the stand to raise or lower the monitor.

Aside from removing the stand an setting the monitor on the table leaning against something or machining a shorter stand, there is no way of lowering the e196fp display

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