So as you can see both hinges snapped out, I didn't even drop the laptop or something, they didnt break at the same time nonetheless, but the same way (just lifting the lid). As I was trying to repair it I noticed that the arms in the hinges dont move (I mean they dont rotate), which at first sight is how you would think they should work. Thus, I gave up in my attempt to use some adhesive since I may harm the PC. Anyone knows how they should work? I have the pieces of plastic and screws that kept the frame sticked to the display assembly. Any tips or help would be appreciated!
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Im out of USA (Notebook bought on USA directly to Dell website) and living in Chile right now. My warranty is basic and still running.
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How can we proceed?
Unfortunately no, they have not. I have tried ordering the screws from Dell at least 5 times over the past 2 weeks and every single time I explain what I want to order, what the part number is, and they confirm they will create a sales order for me but nothing is ever sent to me. Incredibly frustrating to waste my time on this. I had some good experiences with Dell in the past but I am very very disappointed with the company and this product.
If any moderator ok here can help me order twelve (12) M2.5 x 2.5 "big head" screws I am willing to pay for them. Dell part number 320MK.