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I put this in the display category, as not sure if it is display or hardware related. As both are in play here. Any way's is it possible for me to tighten the base of my AIO. Model is in the description. Its only 8 months old, and went out of warranty on 6-6-22. But I noticed the based stand is loose, and screen is very slightly tilted now. Like a screw is loose. And the entire screen rocks if you try to straighten it. Anyway I can tighten this screw, if that is what is wrong? Thanks!

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hi

it's up to you, but I have a big doubt
see if it looks like this

Seems pretty peculiar to me if it's like here, the problem could be internal, and if still under warranty, and you break something, hp can void it!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CA_7kIjg8Jc

 

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hi

it's up to you, but I have a big doubt
see if it looks like this

Seems pretty peculiar to me if it's like here, the problem could be internal, and if still under warranty, and you break something, hp can void it!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CA_7kIjg8Jc

 

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Thank You! Was a huge help!!

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Also since it may risk warranty issues. I'll just leave it until it gets bad enough! 🙂 Thanks!

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Funny too as I moved it to another table and it gave me this 2 beeps, and then 4 beeps. Realized I just plugged in the laptop adapter I have that is HP as well. And not the correct one for the AIO. LOL! Put the correct one back in, and all ok. Again. Thanks!

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You are welcome ,
Have a good weekend @Elextrixman 

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