Evesham Quest A420 cracked outer case at hinge.
Electronically fine. Needs replacement top screen outer case. Inner case OK.
I seem to remember Evesham just badged ANOthers cases - are they obtainable/repairable?
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hi. yes, of course. you can visit a service center of HP Company and ask for "Shield or Cover Screen". (they ask you the exact model of your laptop) and they will give you a cover screen which should be installed by yourself. it's easy and cheap. need more? only ask!
You definitely need to bring your laptop to the Toshiba shop near you. There they can facilitate the replacement of your laptop's body (casing). It is a critical task to do and I think a Toshiba authorized shop can help you with this. Thanks.
unlikely that its still under warranty, but you can check the warranty status at support.dell.com you may also find parts lists on their website. The plastic bezels on laptops aren't very hard to replace.
So what are you asking? Sounds like you need to replace the top of the case. I have no idea why it cracked--you said there was no rough treatment (by you?) Could someone else have messed with it? It could possibly be a factory defect. If your machine is under warranty, that would qualify for replacement of the plastic. Otherwise, you're going to have to either glue it or buy a replacement bezel.
It sounds like the hinge itself is broken. I have a relative with exactly the same problem, her laptop screen became floppy and didnt stay in the upright position. The hinges for the screen are complicated in that they appear to come as a top/bottom part already joined together, and need to be replaced as such. The metal used for the hinges is really flimy and easily snaps. this sounds like what has happened to yours. The problem is that is appears to be not econimcally viable to repair, and your probably better off scrapping it or buying another with say;.. a cracked screen and doing a swap-over of parts to get one fully working one (thats what I did)