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Start with tightening the lower chassis screws to see if the issue goes away, although it can also be loose inside the LCD assembly, this procedure is a lot more invasive. I’ve also noticed it’s usually the lower chassis screws anyway, so the more invasive procedure is often not going to fix the problem. Refer to [guide|61842|this guide] to get to the screws for the hinges.
If you continue to have issues, then you need to try tightening the hinge screws under the LCD. To do this, you will need a plastic pry tool (and patience) to get the bezel off to access the screws.
-If neither of these help, then the hinges are worn out or the plastic failed. These Chromebooks usually use fatigue prone plastic, even on the commercial ones marketed towards schools with better support contracts. The only difference between a consumer/business one seems to be the contract unless it’s a little tougher at most.
+If neither of these help, then the hinges are worn out or the plastic failed. These Chromebooks usually use fatigue prone plastic, even on the education certified models. The only difference between a consumer/business one seems to be the included contract unless it’s a little tougher at most.

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-Start with tightening the lower chassis screws to see if the issue goes away, although it can also be loose inside the LCD assembly, this procedure is a lot more invasive. I’ve also noticed it’s usually the lower chassis screws anyway, so the more invasive procedure is often not going to fix the problem. Refer to [this guide|https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Samsung+Chromebook+2+Battery+Replacement/61842] to get to the screws for the hinges.
+Start with tightening the lower chassis screws to see if the issue goes away, although it can also be loose inside the LCD assembly, this procedure is a lot more invasive. I’ve also noticed it’s usually the lower chassis screws anyway, so the more invasive procedure is often not going to fix the problem. Refer to [guide|61842|this guide] to get to the screws for the hinges.
If you continue to have issues, then you need to try tightening the hinge screws under the LCD. To do this, you will need a plastic pry tool (and patience) to get the bezel off to access the screws.
If neither of these help, then the hinges are worn out or the plastic failed. These Chromebooks usually use fatigue prone plastic, even on the commercial ones marketed towards schools with better support contracts. The only difference between a consumer/business one seems to be the contract unless it’s a little tougher at most.

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編集者: Nick ,

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-Start with tightening the bottom hinge screws and see if those help. More often then not, these screws are usually the ones that come loose over time, rather then the ones inside the LCD assembly. Follow this guide to retighten the LCD hinges: [guide|61842]
+Start with tightening the lower chassis screws to see if the issue goes away, although it can also be loose inside the LCD assembly, this procedure is a lot more invasive. I’ve also noticed it’s usually the lower chassis screws anyway, so the more invasive procedure is often not going to fix the problem. Refer to [this guide|https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Samsung+Chromebook+2+Battery+Replacement/61842] to get to the screws for the hinges.
-If you continue to have issues, then you need to try tightening the hinge screws under the LCD. To do this, you will need a plastic pry tool to snap the LCD bezel off and then you will need to use the same screwdriver you used for the bottom screws.
+If you continue to have issues, then you need to try tightening the hinge screws under the LCD. To do this, you will need a plastic pry tool (and patience) to get the bezel off to access the screws.
-If neither of these help, then the hinges are worn out and they will need to be replaced.
+If neither of these help, then the hinges are worn out or the plastic failed. These Chromebooks usually use fatigue prone plastic, even on the commercial ones marketed towards schools with better support contracts. The only difference between a consumer/business one seems to be the contract unless it’s a little tougher at most.

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Start with tightening the bottom hinge screws and see if those help. More often then not, these screws are usually the ones that come loose over time, rather then the ones inside the LCD assembly. Follow this guide to retighten the LCD hinges: [guide|61842]

If you continue to have issues, then you need to try tightening the hinge screws under the LCD. To do this, you will need a plastic pry tool to snap the LCD bezel off and then you will need to use the same screwdriver you used for the bottom screws.

If neither of these help, then the hinges are worn out and they will need to be replaced.

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