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JVC HD7 Screen Hinge

The Hinge connecting to the screen of my JVC HD7 has came loose, it use to close snugly - but now the screen sags

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I have a youtube video about this very issue! it is fairly easy to tighten IF you take your time to do it! here is the link!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DbQvUNqFurQ&feature=plcp

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Use some velcro to keep it closed

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