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Acer G276HL Debezeled

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So, I was so inspired after finding this site I went to debezel my monitors. I have 3x Acer G276HL. I took off the bezel to a sad site of no VESA on the back. I am not a handy person and I don't know if I should just give up and put the bezel back on or if there is a way to get my debezeled monitors on my stand or standing on it's own so that it wont fall redface.gif
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Well, I'd say you need to make something like the bottom bracket and then drill holes in accordance to 100x100 Vesa mount specs, and then use some epoxy under the left and right wings of it and attach it to the back of your monitor. This thread might give you some ideas, but as you can see, I did not have to deal with creating my own Vesa mounting plate, after I debezelled my monitor it was what held all the components, so you have a few extra steps than I did.

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