Question about HP Pavilion dv9000z Notebook
I have a dv9000 notebook, the hinge broke and we called HP, they failed to tell us there was a recall on the hinges, they just said to send it in with a check for over 300.00 and they would look at it. It was over Christmas and money was tight so we opted to wait. In the meantime my husband thought he could fix it, he did, the hinge works but the display screen does not. I called HP and they now admit there was a recall on the hinge, but say the recall ended 13 days ago and now they want 600.00 + to repair it. If they had admitted there was a problem and a recall on the hinge to begin with this would all be working by now. As it stands now, I have a lead weight does anyone have any suggestions on how and where to get it repaired in Jacksonville Florida? I can be reached at email@example.com or 904-714-2349
It sounds to me that your husband may have loosened one of the cables while repairing the hinge, i would suggest you take it to a local repair shop, you shouldent get charged more then 200$ at the very most (I would charge less then 150$ for this type of repair at my shop, but i cant speak for jacksonville).
Most likely nothing needs to be replaced but HP will overcharge you for typically sub par work.
Posted on Jan 19, 2009
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