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You may have to purchase a new hinge, make sure it come with screws and all. You may have been the unlucky person to receive faulty hardware from the manufacture.
Posted on Feb 07, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Turn off the laptop, and remove the cord from the outlet.
Lift the laptop lid so the screen is in an open position.
Locate the small screws in the lower left and right corners of the screen.
If the screws are concealed by plastic plugs, carefully pry them out with a flathead screwdriver.
Use a Phillips screwdriver to turn each screw in a clockwise direction to tighten it.
Move the screen up and down to test it.
If it is still not tight, twist the screws counterclockwise to remove them.
Store the screws in a safe location.
Slip the tip of a knife into the seam where the front and rear of the screen meet.
Lift up on the knife to pry open the cover, and continue until the back cover is removed.
Rotate the laptop so the rear of the screen is facing you.
Locate the screws at the lower left and right corners of the screen.
Twist the screws in a clockwise direction to tighten.
Gently push the back of the screen into place with your fingers until it snaps back on.
Turn the notebook around so the monitor is facing you.
Reattach the screws to the bottom left and right corners of the screen.
Push the plastic plugs back over the screws if your computer had them.
hope this helps
Oct 11, 2012 | Toshiba NB505N508BL 10.1" Intel Atom...
prise off the two corner pieces that cover the hinge for the screen. Underneath there are two screws. Remove these, then peel away the keyboard and the plastic covering. There you will see the fan system. Four screws (on springs - careful) will have this away but be aware of the power cable which is tucked in behind a piece of metal. At all times be careful not to damage the keyboard ribbon cable which is usually pretty fragile.
Another few screws (tiny ones) will have the top of the fan off then you can clean and put it all back together. The result: a laptop that actually blows air through and cools what it should.
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