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SMH/STH Chamber Tube Question

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How does one route the tubing in the bottom chamber of an SMH or STH? I'm using bulkhead fittings so I don't know how I'm going to access down there once everything is screwed into place?
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You can go through the top (through the 120mm fan holes) or up through the bottom, or even through the front, if the 5.25" bays are open.
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You can go through the top (through the 120mm fan holes) or up through the bottom, or even through the front, if the 5.25" bays are open.

Thanks Jim! thumb.gif

The middle 120mm fan hole will be taken leaving the front one open and the cover plate for the front will be also be taken. I'm not at home so I'm not sure if this is enough space to work with.

The bottom front flex-bays will be taken up with a fan mount. I'm not sure off the top if this can be removed with the radiator mounted. I may need to remove the other fans above it but I don't recall whether or not this is possible.

The bottom piece comes off? I didn't know that! redface.gif Are there instructions for removal and replacement? thumb.gif

Thanks!
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Make sure you have the side and/or top cover panels in place if you have the case on its side or up-side-down while working on it if there is weight inside, otherwise you risk bending/breaking the cover snaps.

The bottom cover just has 3 screws on each side; the screw heads are on the bottom facing up.
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