Question about Dell Latitude E6520 Notebook
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You do not need to replace the hinges, however your need to remove the font panels of the screen and laptop to remove the hinges. You will see that the pin that connects the top part of the hinge to the bottom part of the hinges has over time moved out of alignment. With pliers and a hammer manipulate the hinge pin so that it is now flush with the hinge itself. You will see that the hinge will then become tight. Then just reinstall the hinge. I just did this and I know it works.
Posted on Nov 07, 2009
Loose hinges ultimately need replacing, as tightening them is impossible. To get to the hinges in order to replace them, You'll need to remove the screen. This is a fairly daunting task for anyone without previous laptop repair experience, and can get frustrating pretty quickly. Your local repair shop should be able to do this for under $50.
Here is a link to a repair guide if you do decide to take it on yourself -
Posted on Jun 06, 2012
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