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How to upgrade memory on packard bell L5351

Where can i find pdf step by step instructions on how to do this

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You need to get to where you can remove the Wall Mount Plate, in order to expose the 4 RAM slots. Detailed instructions on the disassembly can be found starting on Page 25 and running through page 36. Once the Wall Mount Plate is removed, you can change the memory there. Here is the link to the manual: (r-click and open in new tab or page)

https://docs.google.com/viewer?a=v&q=cache:BJRJZ0M1kRsJ:ftp://ftp.packardbell.com/pub/itemnr/CS263B00/SG_PB_oneTwo_Greenwood.pdf+packard+bell+L5351+ram+upgrade+instructions&hl=en&gl=us&pid=bl&srcid=ADGEESg3s2voPDq12HZGTc5zvTyYxN-cHdFZAHFT7R9jyav3U6U1jFgzmprGpTe4AlHrfjPsMJMt_BuWXFkijBtrYwRTzBG6cxIgo8LCcqDDlXSKX6FdtZnLPr0IuT4viaOKtlyTKBtr&sig=AHIEtbTWZfVqOGgBVpS9NUO3BKh1Wu3QrA

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