If the screen on your iMac keeps falling down or cannot hold in position, Here are some of the most common causes:
Loose hinge screws: The iMac screen is held in place by a hinge mechanism that connects it to the base of the computer. If the screws that hold the hinge in place become loose over time, the screen may start to tilt or fall down. Tightening the screws can help fix this issue.
Worn out hinge mechanism: Over time, the hinge mechanism itself can wear out, leading to a loose or unstable screen. If this is the case, you may need to replace the hinge mechanism or have it repaired by a professional.
Overuse of the tilting mechanism: The hinge mechanism on an iMac is designed to be used occasionally, not constantly. If you’re constantly adjusting the tilt of the screen, it may be putting more strain on the hinge mechanism than it can handle, causing it to become loose or unstable.
If you’re experiencing issues with your iMac screen falling down, it’s recommended that you take it to Esmond Service Centre for diagnosis and repair. They will be able to identify the root cause or replace a new Hinge on your iMac for you.