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Member Since: ‎12-11-2016
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Hinge for the lid of my Pavilion came loose :-(

Product Name: Pavilion g7t
Operating System: Microsoft Windows 7 (64-bit)

Hi HP,


  1. Product Name and Number:            HP Pavilion g7t Notebook PC  LX514AV
  2. Operating System installed (if applicable):       Windows 7 64-bit
  3. Error message (if any):         None
  4. Any changes made to your system before the issue occurred:
    1. Routine updates from Windows


I'd like to start off by saying that I am a big fan and a good customer of your laptops! I had been enjoying my Pavilion but unfortunately, that was short-lived. Even though I am a very caring user of electronics I was surprised when one day the left hinge for my Pavillion's lid came loose (I think a screw might have fallen off). From researching online I understand that this issue has been happening, a lot, to others as well. Before it gets worse and affects an otherwise well functioning computer, if you could please fix this issue.


Before this issue occurred to my Pavillion, I have been regularly recommending HP laptops to family and friends. Going forward, as well, I would like to do so. I hope you are able to expeditiously fix my Pavilion's issue.


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Re: Hinge for the lid of my Pavilion came loose :-(



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