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In the screen section after remove the front plastic around the LCD you will see some screws holding the LCD display in place. Sometimes these get loose over time. If you can locate and remove the screws " usually under little pads or stickers " and pull off the plastic case around the LCD screen " usually held on by some clips as well " you will easily have access to the hinge screws from there just tighten them down and make sure there no broken off the housing for the screen. Then place the front panel back on and screw is back on and you should be good to go again,
Posted on May 08, 2010
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