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Topic # 83902 23-May-2011 18:45 Send private message

Stopped by Noel Leeming on the way home today... And ended up getting a Toshiba 750/03C.

Just unpacked it and everythig looks fine so far... But I noted that the RAM cover doesnt quite sit properly in the base and sticks out a little... There is a little bump of plastic in front of it.. like a little leg so that the laptop sits flat on a desk.. Im just not sure if its meant to be like that... It seems weird, but the leg almost makes it seem like its meant to be there.

If anyone has one, or can find an actual picture of the underside so that I can see if its normal or not (done some googling, but couldnt find anything). Just dont want to make the point of going back to Noel Leeming just to find that its actually like that... It just seems weird.


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  Reply # 473128 23-May-2011 19:18 Send private message

Hi, you will find there are little plastic fingures that have not clipped down, i suggest unscrewing the cover, check it out and my guess is put it back with the appropriate calibrated thump and it will be all good.


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