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Motherboard when ever I move the screen or laptop, it shuts down, is it a motherboard issue

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Hi! im josh in cebu phil. It is a simple frnd. It is not a motherboard problem. it is just a flex cable of your monitor.you need to align it very well and tighten it a little to fit exactly.it is just loosen connections. hope it i helped your.thy good luck.

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