Soldering on hinge mechanism is it ok for new device?

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  1. WanLi

    WanLi New Member

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    Hi, 2 days ago I bought sp3, and noticed this!
    Is it normal for new device? Or is it restored version?
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    It's normal.

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    Please, start to enjoy more your device and to be less concern about defects. They will appear if any.
     
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    You are welcome!;)
     
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    normal, possibly could be brazing or glue.
     
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    Ain't that the truth... I'm always guilty of this tendency to fret over every little thing when I buy a cherished new machine. It usually takes me a few weeks before I relax and stop paying attention to every little flaw (real or imagined).

    A symptom of my OCD, I suppose...
     

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