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Lcd screen will not retract into the unit. Will

Lcd screen will not retract into the unit. Will go to the horizontal position when closed button is depressed, but just stays there will not retract. Any suggestions?

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    That did it Thank You so very much.

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When it goes flat, give a little hand by pressing it down completely flat so i will retract

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