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I juste think the metal frame is too thin and easy to bent did not drop it maybe I force it up a little to go into the dock, but never drop it

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I juste think the metal frame is too thin and easy to bent did not drop it maybe I force it up a little to go into the dock, but never drop it

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I don't know how the dock would cause that though. Who all lives with you, who else would have access to your tablet? I mean, that almost looks like someone put it on the edge of a table then leaned on it or something: I can not see the dock making that dent.

Do me a favor, check that your dock has all its screws in the hinge. At one point I had problems docking, and almost started to get rough/forceful with it until I decided to look down in the hinge. Below my Prime was one of its screws that had come out and was keeping the tablet from sitting right: you could have had a screw come out, and as you were trying to push/twist/whatever you were hitting the screw in different spots?
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