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post #1121 of 4403
Some more pics.

Also, I started putting together some of the easy-hitter items that I can take care of before I head to work.
First thing I took up was to put the optical drive buttons.
See pics 3 & 4.
I wasn't sure which direction the white plastic one goes. Which one is the correct way? pic 3 or pic 4?

I've already put in 2 buttons one as shown in pic 3 and the other as shown in pic 4. Then I tried to push the button but I'm not hearing a click.
I remember very vividly that when I was tearing the case apart, the buttons made a clicking sound when you push on them.
Looking at the youtube video for the ATCS 840 case review, you can hear the click.

What am I doing wrong here?

I neeeeeeeeeed this thing to click :baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah




Edited by maverickpk - 3/26/10 at 3:57am
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I've already put in 2 buttons one as shown in pic 3 and the other as shown in pic 4. Then I tried to push the button but I'm not hearing a click.
I remember very vividly that when I was tearing the case apart, the buttons make a clicking sound when you push on them.

What am I doing wrong here?
I've heard my share of nightmares with trying to put those things back on... that, I suppose, is one of the things I should have asked my coaters about when they did it, since it's apparent they took off the mechanisms to coat and then put them back on, and they worked exactly as they did before the coat.

But judging from how the mechanism is designed, either the plastic piece (the white one being held up in the last pic) is caught on something, or one of the springs got damaged or bent.
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post #1123 of 4403
I've just put half of them as shown in pic 3 and the other half as in pic 4.
And none of them click

I may just invent a few new curse words by the time I get everything built and up & running.
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post #1124 of 4403
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You could always just screw the items into the bays... IMO it's more secure than the push-buttons.
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post #1125 of 4403
Looking great Mav!

If I remember correctly, it goes in the way you had it in the first pic of the two. Although I'm pretty sure you have the springs on wrong, and that is causing your problem. It doesn't go plastic > white piece/springs >plastic, but rather plastic > white piece > spring/plastic. If that makes any sense.

How you have it in the pics, the springs are on the inside of the device. They go on the outside, sandwitched between the case and the plastic button.

I'd show you pics but I don't feel like taking my rig apart right now >_<
post #1126 of 4403
Thanks for the suggestion Frost. I'll try it after I get home.

I thought it was looking great too until I found more problems with it shortly before I headed out for work(I'm still at work for 4 more hrs)

If you look in pic 2 in post#1121, the metal side railings on the top which support/house the 2 230mm fans, the idiot coated that as well instead of letting it be like it was before. That part is no longer brushed-aluminium.one more baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah

And now for the biggest bang-in-the-rear baaaaaaaaaaaahh:
I noticed that the moron didnot remove the motherboard tray before coating it. Now the tray is glued to the rest of the body. The ball-bearings on which the tray slides-out also are glued to the tray as well. When I dropped it off at that place, I have already removed the screws and pulled the tray out and showed him that this needs to be painted separately and not along with the body.
I'm literally swearing at him while I type this post. Wasn't sure if I can use those words on the forum.
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post #1127 of 4403
..Oh wow, now THAT sucks. Wow, sorry to hear that. You should have totally and completely disassembled everything before giving it to the powder coater. Can't trust those guys to do the job right

Hope you can get it worked out or fixed.. If worse comes to worse, I bet you could buy some replacement parts from Cooler Master. At least the chassis looks great!
post #1128 of 4403
Here some quick pictures of my watercooling I just finished. I still have to finish the wiring but other than that I think it has turned out good so far.

I have to repaint the mobo tray when it gets warm enough outside.


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post #1129 of 4403
Looks pretty good. You going to paint the rest of the case too?
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Looks pretty good. You going to paint the rest of the case too?
Most likely, since the weather is finally starting to warm up here I can take it out and paint it, but again with the weather getting better that means I will be outside more running, and ridding my motorcycle so finding the time that I want to spend working on it is going to be the fun part.
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