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    Posted: 11 Oct 2010 at 11:55am

Disclaimer: All guides provided are generalized information for personal troubleshooting. None of which are certified by the respective part manufacturers. Any improper installation/removal, mishandling, or negligence on your part, will be counted as physical damage and therefore void your warranty. If you have at anytime concerns or wariness please contact our technician support.

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Opening the Case

***Case may vary on how to open due to design layout***

 

1. Majority of system will have 2 screws located on the rear of the case on 1 side that needs to be removed. The right side panel normally the side to gain access to the interior.

2. Slide the panel back and it’ll unhinge from the case frame. Be aware if the fan is connected to not open to quickly, or it may result in damaging the case fan. It is safe to detach and reattach after testing.

 

Note: New system will not have the side fan power cable attached, customer need to connect the fan to a available power cable (4-pin molex) or motherboard power header (3-pin) once in their procession.

3. Contact our support if you having difficulties.

 



Edited by CyberHD - 01 Nov 2010 at 4:40pm
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