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My laptot as started cracking near the left hand hinge

My acer 5920g as a air line crack near the left hand hinge caused through the caseing geting hot but its not coverd under warranty

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Superglue it or epoxy it back together. that's about all you can do.

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Only thing I can suggest is to get a hold of Acer and explain the situation and see if threre was or is a recall on your model.

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