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Loose LCD Monitor

Does anybody know how to tighten the LCD monitor of my X05 as it just won't stand up!!! Many thanks

Posted by Graeme Rayner on

  • colletmi Oct 06, 2008

    I wonder if you ever solved this issue, mine does the same?

  • sauquat Oct 21, 2008

    My Samsung X05 Hinge Cover has broken and the hinge is loose. Where can I buy the hinge covers and how does the hinge be tightened ?



    Please help

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U can check the screw on the back of the laptop it controlls the movement of the tft screen u can see it on the side or on the bottom

Posted on Jun 27, 2007

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