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Introducción

Removing the left panel of a desktop computer is an important skill to have for repair and troubleshooting purposes. The left panel must be removed before any repairs can be performed on the inside of the computer. In addition, computers with heating problems could benefit from having the left panel removed.

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  1. Unplug the computer from the power supply before any maintenance or disassembly.
    • Unplug the computer from the power supply before any maintenance or disassembly.

    • Remove the two Phillips #2 head 5mm screws from the back side of the computer case. You only need to remove the screws that hold down the panel.

    • These screws can usually be removed by hand.

    • Be sure to wear an anti-static bracelet or use and anti-static mat to ensure important components are not damaged by static electricity.

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  3. Next, remove the side panel of the computer case to allow access into the computer. Slide the panel towards the back of the computer and lift it up to remove. If there is a fan mounted on the side panel, make sure to unplug the cable before fully removing the panel.
    • Next, remove the side panel of the computer case to allow access into the computer. Slide the panel towards the back of the computer and lift it up to remove.

    • If there is a fan mounted on the side panel, make sure to unplug the cable before fully removing the panel.

Conclusión

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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What is the name of the case used in this tutorial?

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I would also like to know, I saved one of these from a junk pile but not sure what it is? Was able to fit a full ATX board with gtx570 and a little breathing room so not too shabby for how small it is.

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