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Laptop screen will not stay upright

My laptop opens, but the screen will not stay in the upright position. I have to hold it. What do you think I can do about this?

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You may be able to tighten the hinges, but more than like you will have to replace them

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Thank you for your query

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If this has been helpful please leave me positive feedback/vote/tetimonial

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