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hp 22-df0003w stand installed in reverse so screen tilts forward, not back. How do I fix it?

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Brand new hp 22-df0003w stand installed in reverse so screen tilts forward, not back. How do I fix it?
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OK, after wasted hours w/ HP to find out noone there could help me, I figured out just how simple this was. The screen actually has a tilt feature not mentioned anywhere that I could find, & unknown to their 'support" people, who told me to remove screws that  didn't exist. Think mine had a loose piece blocking the function, as it worked quite well after I flipped the screen over several times trying to figure it out on my own. 

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Please remove the stand and place it in an upright position, as if attached. 

Walk around stand and observe for a natural tilt.

 

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OK, after wasted hours w/ HP to find out noone there could help me, I figured out just how simple this was. The screen actually has a tilt feature not mentioned anywhere that I could find, & unknown to their 'support" people, who told me to remove screws that  didn't exist. Think mine had a loose piece blocking the function, as it worked quite well after I flipped the screen over several times trying to figure it out on my own. 

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Stand is not removable, but tilts w a simple push/ pull at top of monitor-unless stuck like mine. Once freed it works great. Just odd that no one at HP knew this.

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