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Wobbly HP Envy 27S, looks like a broken piece of plastic?

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HP Envys 27S
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Last week I received the monitor (HP Envys 27S) and although setup went fine, it's a little wobbly on my desk. This when typing and it looks to slightly hang onto the right side. So it's not completely level.

 

I've read about thie issue on multiple websites. Although not really bothering me, I wanted to see if there's any 'space' between de mount and de monitor foot. Perhaps a little foam sticker would solve the issue, my thoughts. Upon inspecting, I noticed a broken piece of plastic. Since it looks screwed on with a single screw, would a new plastic cap improve / solve my problem?

 

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Looking to hear.

 

Sincerely,

Justin

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