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I just took delivery of a new Core X9 case. Everything has gone exceptionally well, up to now. When I attempt to remove the front panel it would not budge! Is there some kind of fastener for the front panel just for shipping purposes? I don't see any fasteners or latches on the inside front of the case. The front panel appears to be plastic, or at least mostly plastic, so I don't want to break the thing by applying excessive force. Unfortunately, baring additional information, that may be the only option open to me.

Has anyone else encountered this phenomenon, and if so, what was your solution?

Thank You In Advance!


Bruceam
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www.overclockersclub.com/reviews/thermaltake_core_x9/3.htm

According to this review, it should easily pop off.
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Originally Posted by GetToTheChopaa View Post

www.overclockersclub.com/reviews/thermaltake_core_x9/3.htm

According to this review, it should easily pop off.

The case reviewed may have been easily removed, but this one is stuck fast. It would seem that I am left with no alternative but to apply force. Wish me luck.


Thank you for your post!

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