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replace ram clips 15" titanium

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hi any one know if i have to take the whole machine apart to get the ram clips replaced on titanium laptop? or is the clip system sitting right there at the ram opening ? looking for procedure link to repair this beast and where to get parts?

it got damaged recently (the holding movable clips broke) one ram slot stopped working a long time ago... do you think both ram slots will function again if i replace the ram holding clips ?

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OMG! of course the clips are not removable unless the complete logic board is removed.. idk about doing this myself, thanks. i ruined my iphone trying to fix the glass and i am worried ill do it again...

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