(Sorry if this is the wrong place to post...)
My family has had a Toshiba laptop for 3 1/2 years. It's had some bumps and bruises, but nothing too serious has happened until a few months ago.
Someone tripped on the computer cord while it was plugged in. The main problem it caused was that the bottom half of the computer base became separated from the top half (due to the cord port being shifted). A few days later the computer "magically" fixed itself and looked fairly normal.
However, today I was closing the computer as I normally would when the opposite corner popped out for seemingly no reason!
I don't know how to fix this. Is it worth taking in to a shop? The computer still runs normally; it's just the outside.
If I try to close it, it makes an awful cracking sound so I don't want to try closing it again.
Some pictures of the predicament below.
Edited by dyingspecies, 08 October 2017 - 01:59 PM.