LCD angle

To answer stimresp question on the census thread:

If the LCD is not parallel to the digital board, you need to trim the leads of all the parts that are covered by the LCD - one of them is probably touching the bit black circular “bumps” at the back of the LCD module.

If the LCD does not appear to be aligned with the edge of the board, it’s a different story… Because the holes for the 1x16 header are a bit wider than the pins, the LCD can be rotated by +/- 0.5° when it is inserted.

Those things are quite hard to adjust when the LCD is fully soldered and it’s probably not worth trying to remove it to fix it.