Loose fitting plastics

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    toastnted

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    One for the perfectionists :geek:

    If you find that the casing doesn't quite fit snuggly, particularly just right-of-centre on the front (between the wifi switch and touchpad) a simple mod is to carefully wrap some ptfe tape around the clip latch on the upper housing. Sorry, no photo but it should be fairly obvious :)
     
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    judeh101

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    mine is loose, but I don't really mind at all. I'll attempt this fix :)
     
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    Mine's loose, too. I think mine was fine before I opened it up to upgrade the memory. I figured I just couldn't get it back together right.
     
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    I only noticed mine after having opened the casing a few times. But I looked at a few display models and they all had the same problem, to differing degrees.

    It's more noticeable there because the middle screw is offset-left owing to the touchpad.
     
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