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Broken hinge, bent bezel

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One day, I had great difficulty closing the lid of my Dell Inspiron E1705. I subsequently discovered that the bottom left edge of the bezel has a small crack (and missing bit of metal) and the lower left hand corner of the bezel is bent inward.

It doesn't seem that my images uploaded. Please check them out on Flickr at http://www.flickr.com/photos/90351105@N07/

Despite the machine being around 9 years old, I believe it's well worth fixing.

Here's an overview of what the images are, in case the descriptions on Flickr aren't good enough or they eventually show up here.

"Dell5" shows the how the bezel is bent. "Dell1" shows that the top of the lid is separated from the back of the screen when trying to open it wider. "Dell4" clearly shows the bent lower left hand corner of the bezel. "Dell3" shows the back left corner of the bezel: the top is on the right. "Dell2" shows the crack in the bottom of the lid, where a small piece of metal has broken off. "Dell6" shows the case open at the maximum angle before reaching resistance -- when I think opening it wider might damage it further.

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Dell Inspiron E1705

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Editado por: Maggie ,

Título:

Broken hinge, bent bezel

Texto:

One day, I had great difficulty closing the lid of my Dell Inspiron E1705. I subsequently discovered that the bottom left edge of the bezel has a small crack (and missing bit of metal) and the lower left hand corner of the bezel is bent inward.
 
It doesn't seem that my images uploaded. Please check them out on Flickr at http://www.flickr.com/photos/90351105@N07/
 
Despite the machine being around 9 years old, I believe it's well worth fixing.
 
Here's an overview of what the images are, in case the descriptions on Flickr aren't good enough or they eventually show up here.
 
"Dell5" shows the how the bezel is bent. "Dell1" shows that the top of the lid is separated from the back of the screen when trying to open it wider. "Dell4" clearly shows the bent lower left hand corner of the bezel. "Dell3" shows the back left corner of the bezel: the top is on the right. "Dell2" shows the crack in the bottom of the lid, where a small piece of metal has broken off. "Dell6" shows the case open at the maximum angle before reaching resistance -- when I think opening it wider might damage it further.

dispositivo:

Dell Inspiron E1705

Status:

open

Editado por: Maggie ,

Título:

Broken hinge, bent bezel

Texto:

One day, I had great difficulty closing the lid of my Dell Inspiron E1705. I subsequently discovered that the bottom left edge of the bezel has a small crack (and missing bit of metal) and the lower left hand corner of the bezel is bent inward.
 
The attachedIt doesn't seem that my images should makeuploaded. Please check them out on Flickr at http://www.flickr.com/photos/90351105@N07/
Here's an overview of what
the problem clearer. From left to right,images are, in case the first image ("Dell5")descriptions on Flickr aren't good enough or they eventually show up here.
"Dell5"
shows the how the bezel is bent. The next image ("Dell1")"Dell1" shows that the top of the lid is separated from the back of the screen when trying to open it wider. "Dell4" clearly shows the bent lower left hand corner of the bezel. "Dell3" shows the back left corner of the bezel: the top is on the right.

"Dell2
"Dell2" shows the crack in the bottom of the lid, where a small piece of metal has broken off.

"Dell6
"Dell6" shows the case open at the maximum angle before reaching resistance -- when I think opening it wider might damage it further.

In case these images aren't big enough, check them out on Flickr at http://www.flickr.com/photos/90351105@N07/

I need some advice about how to fix this.

While this laptop is about 9 years old, it was in good working order until this happened and I think it's worth repairing.

Many thanks in advance.
The attachedIt doesn't seem that my images should makeuploaded. Please check them out on Flickr at http://www.flickr.com/photos/90351105@N07/
Here's an overview of what
the problem clearer. From left to right,images are, in case the first image ("Dell5")descriptions on Flickr aren't good enough or they eventually show up here.
"Dell5"
shows the how the bezel is bent. The next image ("Dell1")"Dell1" shows that the top of the lid is separated from the back of the screen when trying to open it wider. "Dell4" clearly shows the bent lower left hand corner of the bezel. "Dell3" shows the back left corner of the bezel: the top is on the right.

"Dell2
"Dell2" shows the crack in the bottom of the lid, where a small piece of metal has broken off.

"Dell6
"Dell6" shows the case open at the maximum angle before reaching resistance -- when I think opening it wider might damage it further.

In case these images aren't big enough, check them out on Flickr at http://www.flickr.com/photos/90351105@N07/

I need some advice about how to fix this.

While this laptop is about 9 years old, it was in good working order until this happened and I think it's worth repairing.

Many thanks in advance.

dispositivo:

Dell Inspiron E1705

Status:

open

Mensagem original de: Maggie ,

Título:

Broken hinge, bent bezel

Texto:

One day, I had great difficulty closing the lid of my Dell Inspiron E1705. I subsequently discovered that the bottom left edge of the bezel has a small crack (and missing bit of metal) and the lower left hand corner of the bezel is bent inward.

The attached images should make the problem clearer. From left to right, the first image ("Dell5") shows the how the bezel is bent. The next image ("Dell1") shows that the top of the lid is separated from the back of the screen when trying to open it wider. "Dell4" clearly shows the bent lower left hand corner of the bezel. "Dell3" shows the back left corner of the bezel: the top is on the right.

"Dell2" shows the crack in the bottom of the lid, where a small piece of metal has broken off.

"Dell6" shows the case open at the maximum angle before reaching resistance -- when I think opening it wider might damage it further.

In case these images aren't big enough, check them out on Flickr at http://www.flickr.com/photos/90351105@N07/

I need some advice about how to fix this.

While this laptop is about 9 years old, it was in good working order until  this happened and I think it's worth repairing.

Many thanks in advance.

dispositivo:

Dell Inspiron E1705

Status:

open