Home Forums Consumer Rights Advice My new TV has a sloping screen Tech Helproom | Windows Help | Apple Help | Digital Home & Smartphones Help | Consumer Rights Advice | Games | Speakers Corner | Beta Testing Forum Rules | Contact Forum Editor | Report a Post << Prev… Pages 1 2 My new TV has a sloping screen Graham. 20:32 11 Aug 2009 Locked I bought a new TV from Comet click here. When I set it up, it was apparent the screen was tilting forward at the top click hereI returned to Comet to check their display set - it was the same.I wrote to LG, their reply received this morning:"This is a design feature and not actually a fault with your product, the tilting should not however be overly excessive".So LG have designed a TV with a tilting screen? It isn't mentioned in the description. "Unique tilting screen, the world's first"I don't think LG knew until someone went to look. I've been offered a refund, but I'd much rather have a re-engineered spacer that connects the TV to the stand. Graham. 12:44 12 Aug 2009 Maybe, but why not make it a selling point? I think it's a manufacturing mistake rather than a design feature. I also think they did not know about it until they read my letter. Bailey08787 13:58 12 Aug 2009 look on the positive side - you'd have an edge on skiing games Stuartli 13:59 12 Aug 2009 It doesn't actually make sense because you might be sitting closer or further away or the screen itself might be tilted at a different angle using the stand's pillar mechanism.I was always advised that it best to watch TV or view a monitor looking slightly downwards at the screen...:-) Graham. 16:16 12 Aug 2009 I've just checked, from my seat 6 feet away, the screen is at right-angle to my waist. BT 16:56 12 Aug 2009 "I was always advised that it best to watch TV or view a monitor looking slightly downwards at the screen...:-)"Just what I was always told. 'Top of monitor at eye level' Graham. 17:05 12 Aug 2009 The top of the TV is at eye level. Trouble is, it's pointing downwards. Stuartli 17:34 12 Aug 2009 Does the stand not have a pillar tilt facility?It can't be pointing downwards more than a small amount judging by the upright edge of the TV against that of the window frame. << Prev… Pages 1 2 This thread is now locked and can not be replied to.