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Laptop Y510 lower case small piece was broken

I want to replace my lower case only. can i replace ? and how much cost it wil be ? and there wil be any problem after changing or while changing the case

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Hi,
You can change the lower case but I would like to know that why do you want to change because there is some known issue with the hinges of this model so you can contact to customer care and get it replaced if this is a hinges issue otherwise it will be costing you nearly 5000 Rs.

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i see that you have a Y510 Laptop and that you need info on reoving or repacing your buttom casing.

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