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walter.sk

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NEC3090: Doesn't hold tilt angle
« on: September 27, 2009, 10:05:55 PM »

My NEC 3090 is going on a year in age, and I still think it's a wonderful display.  However, the last few times I calibrated it, when I tilted the screen up so that the colorimeter lay flat, the monitor swung back to the vertical angle.  

Is there any way I can tighten the pivot to correct this?  I don't see any easy access to screws or other means of tightening the pivot.
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NEC3090: Doesn't hold tilt angle
« Reply #1 on: September 28, 2009, 02:01:05 PM »

Quote from: walter.sk
My NEC 3090 is going on a year in age, and I still think it's a wonderful display.  However, the last few times I calibrated it, when I tilted the screen up so that the colorimeter lay flat, the monitor swung back to the vertical angle.  

Is there any way I can tighten the pivot to correct this?  I don't see any easy access to screws or other means of tightening the pivot.

I have a 2690 and 1 1/2 years old or so and the monitor won't stay up after raising it up. Mine looks like you might be able to adjust the tilt tightness. Good Luck !
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« Reply #2 on: September 28, 2009, 07:20:36 PM »

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I have a 2690 and 1 1/2 years old or so and the monitor won't stay up after raising it up. Mine looks like you might be able to adjust the tilt tightness. Good Luck !
The only things to "adjust" that I can see are the screws on top of the base unit. I'm afraid to loosen them for fear that the monitor would fall.  In a couple of weeks I'll be at PhotoExpoPlus, and I'll seek out the NEC people.  They had a booth there last year and were very helpful.
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