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Screen loose Wehn opening & closing the screen on my tablet I have noticed that is is loose. When open it will wobble back & forth. When looking at the swivel it looks like it is pulled out from the keyboard just a bit. Can it be tightened?

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Screen loose Wehn opening & closing the screen on my tablet I have noticed that is is loose. When open it will wobble back & forth. When looking at the swivel it looks like it is pulled out from the keyboard just a bit. Can it be tightened?


Open your laptop case(Not LCD case) & see the mechanical portion is damaged. IF possible change this parts by byeing secondhand parts from scrap area/ put some synthetic(Do not use petrolium gum) gum & plastic & finish it properly. I think IF you can make it properly it could solve your problem.
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Viewsonic Tablet PC keyboard issue.


May be the best solution for this problem is consult your hardware manufacturer and ask him to replace the motherboard, if the pc is under warranty they will replace it for free of cost.
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Part of screen doesn't work


Turn the tablet all the way off, press and hold the VOL - and power at the same time for 8 to 9 seconds, it will show a green android guy with a system recovery menu. Use vol - to go down to Wipe Data/Factory Reset, press the power button to select it, go down to 'yes' to confirm, press the power button to select it, it will wipe the tablet, you then press the power button on 'reboot system'.
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The operating system might be busy loading itself, and when you move it, that takes precedence over lower functions. Have you waited for it to boot without moving it to see if it auto corrects?? If it does not, then you might have a problem with the sensor.
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