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    GL-702ZC: small bump on the chassis after removing the back cover

    Hi,
    as the title says, today I have removed the back cover of my GL-702ZC to install another 16GB of RAM. To do so, after I unscrewing the 10 screws, I used some plastic tools (to the ones you usually use to separate your smartphone), to remove the cover. Then I installed the RAM, closed the cover and screwed the screws back. When I opened the laptop, there was a small bump nearby the touchpad. A perfectly circular bump that wasn't there before. To remove the cover I closed the laptop, put it upside down (obviously) and placed it on my anti-static modmat. I payed extreme attention during the proces and never used too much strength / pressure. Still, I have this bump now (see the photo). Is this some kind of "ASUS protection" to let know technician that I have opened the laptop or something?



    Thanks
    Last edited by DLz47; 04-12-2019 at 02:30 PM.

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