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Three questions about 15-f113ca.

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I own  a 15-f113ca, 

 

(1) it has one RAM slot, Can I upgrade it  to 8GB ?

(2) Do the keyboard caps come off ? can I take them off and clean the dust underneat ?

(3) One of the screw holders attached to the case(for the 11 screws on the bottom) broke off...can I attach it back in ? Should I open the case again and look or is it not fixable ? 

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@ModularDesign , welcome back to the forum.

 


@ModularDesign wrote:

I own  a 15-f113ca, 

 

(1) it has one RAM slot, Can I upgrade it  to 8GB ?  Here is the Maintenance and Service Guide: http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c04763947

On Page 30 is a list of three sizes of memory modules that are available.  There is an 8 GB module.

 

(2) Do the keyboard caps come off ? can I take them off and clean the dust underneath ?  Here is a video that will help you with removing the key caps:

 

 

Be extremely careful when removing the caps.  HP doesn't sell the keys separately.  You would have to buy a new keyboard.

 

(3) One of the screw holders attached to the case(for the 11 screws on the bottom) broke off...can I attach it back in ? Should I open the case again and look or is it not fixable ?  I am not certain how you could fix this problem.  If the case is holding together without it, I would leave well-enough alone.  You may cause more problems by attempting to super glue it.


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