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Display Clasp is Missing. Where should I get a new one?

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Howdy everyone! I'm still working on my little 12" PowerBook, and one of its problems is that the clasp in the display that keeps the computer shut is gone! Does anyone know where I can get a new one, or how I should go about repairing it? I would imagine that I have to get the piece that it's attached to (like display bezels). But I don't want to replace the ''whole'' display! So what do you think? Thanks!
 
== Update ==
 
Just to let everyone know, I did end up buying a new front bezel for the PowerBook, went into the display, and everything was just fine. Titanium PowerBooks are much harder than these. Apple made it all quite intuitive. Now, the hard part is finding a front bezel that includes the clasp. You gotta find one of those. . . . :) Thanks for everyone's help though!

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PowerBook G4 Aluminum 12" 867 MHz

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Titolo:

Display Clasp is Missing. Where should I get a new one?

Testo:

Howdy everyone! I'm still working on my little 12" PowerBook, and one of its problems is that the clasp in the display that keeps the computer shut is gone! Does anyone know where I can get a new one, or how I should go about repairing it? I would imagine that I have to get the piece that it's attached to (like display bezels). But I don't want to replace the ''whole'' display! So what do you think? Thanks!

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PowerBook G4 Aluminum 12" 867 MHz

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Post originale di: TommyJames337 ,

Titolo:

Display Clasp is Missing. Where should I get a new one?

Testo:

Howdy everyone! I'm still working on my little 12" PowerBook, and one of its problems is that the clasp in the display that keeps the computer shut is gone! Does anyone know where I can get a new one, or how I should go about repairing it? I would imagine that I have to get the piece that it's attached to (like display bezels). But I don't want to replace the ''whole'' display! So what do you think? Thanks!

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PowerBook G4 Aluminum 12" 867 MHz

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open