HP Pavilion 5600 Laptop
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  • I had purchased it at my local Sears store and at the time I decided to add an extra 3 years of warranty onto it because I had a feeling that I would have to have new parts replaced a couple of times from using it so much
  • The only problem I was left with was waiting on the warranty work to be done it and they were pretty fast at getting that completed each time I had to send it away

    • by EMILY PARKER
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      I have had my HP Pavilion 5600 Laptop computer now for almost 4 years and it has been a good product with great warranty on it. I had purchased it at my local Sears store and at the time I decided to add an extra 3 years of warranty onto it because I had a feeling that I would have to have new parts replaced a couple of times

      from using it so much. Thank God I did because I had to have the screen replaced twice and the keyboard replaced three times. The only problem I was left with was waiting on the warranty work to be done it and they were pretty fast at getting that completed each time I had to send it away.

      My HP Pavilion 5600 Laptop computer came with all the standard features ...


      • that laptops had at the time which was more than I needed to do what I needed with it on a daily basis. It came with a free wireless color printer that lasted for about 3 years. That did not have more than 1 year of warranty on it. I ended up buying another printer to use with my HP Pavilion 5600 Laptop computer.

        Currently I am waiting on getting

        the screen and keyboard replaced again because they have wore out once again, but that is ok with me. That is what happens when you use a product like this so much, but I nothing bad to say about the quality of the computer itself. That is why I speak so highly of HP products and will continue to do that until I run into any major issues of course.




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    tangarae says :

    were does the RAM go in the computer

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    Jules Li says :

    You will first have to unscrew the memory module cover underneath the computer. After removing it, you’ll be able to view the ram.

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