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Problem in monitor

Sir in my monitor screen.screen is moving upward side automatically.
feel like magnetic effects.but no magnetic things are around .
when i beat the table it acquire the good position then again
show the problem.
it is hardware problem or software?
monitor is 15" LG
time period- 4 yrs

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Hey vinay i guess its hardware problem ... coz software doesn recognise u hitting it ,,, ; )

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