Introduction

RAM may need to be replaced if it is faulty or if a larger capacity is desired.

Parts

No parts required.

Remove the one Phillips #0 screw at the bottom-center of the panel covering the RAM and remove the panel. The screw does not separate from the cover. Be careful when using force to remove the cover as the screw may not be completely unscrewed. The screw does not separate from the cover. Be careful when using force to remove the cover as the screw may not be completely unscrewed.
  • Remove the one Phillips #0 screw at the bottom-center of the panel covering the RAM and remove the panel.

  • The screw does not separate from the cover. Be careful when using force to remove the cover as the screw may not be completely unscrewed.

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Use your hands to pull the two metal tabs away from the RAM. The RAM will rise out when clear of the metal tabs. Do not force it into the up position.
  • Use your hands to pull the two metal tabs away from the RAM.

  • The RAM will rise out when clear of the metal tabs. Do not force it into the up position.

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Pull out the RAM. Be careful not to touch the metal contacts on the bottom of the RAM as this may damage it.
  • Pull out the RAM.

  • Be careful not to touch the metal contacts on the bottom of the RAM as this may damage it.

  • Store the RAM in an anti-static bag or a non-conductive surface, such as a stone or wooden table.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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