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I know this probably sounds silly, but how do I adjust my monitor once I connect it to the stand? I just got it and I don't want to break anything, but it doesn't seem to want to bend/adjust anywhere that I can see.

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That model can only tilt up and down. Just hold the base down and tilt the monitor from the top.

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