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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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In the lid should be a mgnetic plate that holds the disc to the motor spindle (much like slight pressure would). Inspect it to make sure it's free moving and seating all the way when the lid is closed. I had one unit where the spindle on the motor shaft had slid down slightly causing the magnetic plate to not seat down all the way. Also, if the magnetic plate is removable, try placing it on the disc with the lid open and bypassed and see what happens.
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Posted on Mar 06, 2008
SOURCE: close door read out appears
You have a problem with the door alignment and the door switch.. The slightest movement triggers the door switch. You should have someone look at what is causing this issue.
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Posted on Jun 02, 2008
Right click on your desktop and select properties
Click Screen Saver
In here you will find all the options to shutdown, hibernate etc. when on battery or adapter and also what to do when shutting the lid,
set these as required.
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
SOURCE: Lid switch location??????????
I had a similar problem with my HP/Compac nc4200. Every time I had had the lid closed, the display would be black for a couple of hours, and then work again. I realized that the machine belived that the lid was still closed, and started looking for the lid-switch but I could not find it! The answer is that there is no mechanical switch! In the lid by the microphone (3 cm from the left hinge) is a small magnet hidden and in the base unit by the switches is a magnetic sensor (probably a hall-switch). Over time the the metal next to the sensor has been magnetized by the magnet enough to activate the swith even when the lid is open. The solution was simply to take a magnet and sweep it over the area a copule of times, and suddenly the screen came back to life! I am not sure for how long this fix works, but now I know how to fix it again.
Posted on Mar 01, 2009
Check your buttons, levers, that are pushed in when door is closed, at your door posts. Use your thumb or finger and watch interior light go on & off as you push them in. If light flickers when in all the way, you found the bad switch. If they work o.k., check and see if maybe your door striker where door latch locks onto, needs adjusted in slightly to keep door tighter. Usually you can tell that if the door doesn't line up good when closed, with other door or rest of body. It will be sticking out slightly further.
Posted on Mar 27, 2009
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