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Adding memory to laserjet 4

I have a new 4meg simm card for my laserjet 4. where do i put it? how do i physically install it?

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Flip open the top cover, and look on the top of the right side cover, there is a latch,
push it down to release the side cover, and pop the back of the right side cover off, the side cover will flop down. You'll see a large metal access door with two screws, take out the screws and open the door, and you'll see the memory card slots.
Good luck!

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  11. install-ram-1.11-120x120.jpg Feel or hear retaining clips lock a SIMM into the socket; close the side clips on a DIMM.
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