|Quoting Klaus (Reply 2):|
Does the problem change if you (carefully!) move the screen forwards and backwards?
|Quoting FLYtoEGCC (Reply 1):|
It's annoying that you're in the Caribbean and can't take it for repair, but sending it off to HP is your only option - try to repair it yourself and you'll void the warranty.
|Quoting Mdsh00 (Reply 3):|
Yeah it definitely sucks and the companies arent sympathetic to Students that can't just come home. Last time with my Toshiba, they had the most inane rules that would have made it impossible to just ship it home, and I was basically without a computer for 3 months.
|Quoting Mdsh00 (Reply 5):|
The only problem being now that with HPs wonderful policy, they won't send a mail-in box down here for me to send and get it serviced. Which would mean I'd have to either spend hundreds of dollars and a month without my computer (which is hard as a student) or just tough it out.
|Quoting JetsGo (Reply 6):|
Why can't you send it in yourself. Furthermore, it would not take a month to get the issue resolved. I have the exact same laptop, HP dv6000z, and had to send it in for some warranty audio work.
|Quoting Klaus (Reply 9):|
Don't they have authorized service partners anywhere near you?