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- Before working on any computer you must read the safety information shipped with it.
- Disconnect all power from computers before working on them.
- To avoid damaging your hardware components you should only handle them at their edges.
- Make sure you follow your computer’s warranty rules and procedures before doing any work on them.
- You should only perform troubleshooting and repairs as directed by your computer vendor’s technical team.
- Ground yourself before working on any computer component.
- Do not pull on cables.