Originally Posted by geggeg
Since the flex bay cover is screwed in place, and the screws are covered by the front panel you will have a real hard time trying to just get it out. Why can't you take the front panel out and then the flex bay cover? That's what I am going to do in the pedestal myself.
Originally Posted by Xclsyr
The flexbay panels are installed from the inside of the case, with the thumbscrews going through the front chassis into the cover/etc; the screws are hidden behind the front panel (that's why you see the front cover being removed). If you wanted turn a cover into quick-release door there you would need to mod one yourself, and mount the door using an accessory bracket.
Yup, i realized that when I saw most review and people on video removing the panels.
This might be a good opportunity for Caselab to make available a Quick Release door, for the Flex Cover slot.
It'll make it so much easier to drain the loop, without removing the panels.
I'll see if I can modify a cover and convert it into a quick door
it shouldn't be too hard.
Cut the winged sides with a dremel
install door swing from home depot
that should do the trick
--- EDIT ---
just figured something even more simple, after looking at the glass door hinges.
I could simply use 4 magnets, to keep the Fley Bay cover in place.Edited by AllGamer - 9/27/16 at 12:39pm