altwouss 22 Posted January 31, 2020 Author Share Posted January 31, 2020 (edited) 5 hours ago, david said: You jinxed me, @peter.s.fidelman. My right side now sits above the bumper. However, in your defense, I noticed it first thing this morning. I don't know why I didn't notice it last night. And I don't know why it started doing that. I guess when I get my adhesive rubber tape, I'll put some on the back of the screen where it touches the bumpers so that it will have bumpers on both halves of the phone and it will sit tight again. The left side sits on the bumper. The only thing I can think of is that I usually open it from the right side. But does your phone rattle, because that seems to differ between phones. (I think because there is a variance in the room the screen mount has.) This part, moves from and towards the screen, like 0.5mm or so. 3 hours ago, Waxberry said: This is part of the nature of this type of slider. If the screw is tighten you will not be able to open the slider. I can show you a brand new Nokia E7 would do the same rattling, even it's much smaller in size (which in theory should rattle less) In fact no one would type with keyboard while shaking? Have been asked similarly in multiple times, it's the nature of this slider type, not quality issue. I think there is a difference in severity. Have you watched the link video around 30 seconds? I barely have to move the phone to have the rattle. So it also occurs while typing. Immediately after I opened the phone for the first time, I noticed the rattle. But perhaps I am a shaky person. To make sure I have just tried it again, and I have a hard time not having the rattle without putting my finger against the screen or holding the phone with the keyboard angled down and the screen flat. I have seen videos before, with moving the phone that did not make a sound like mine does while having it opened. There are also people who mention to have a solid experience, once opened. Are they just lucky? Edit: To make the problem more visible. I managed to make a video that shows the rattle occurs without having to do much moving. Typing has the same problem. It's only completely stopped when the screen is flat to the ground and the keyboard angled down. Edited January 31, 2020 by altwouss Quote Link to post Share on other sites
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