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How to get fuse out of OCZ600SXS?

Ive disassembled the PSU but can't get the plastic sleeve off the fuse to see if it has blown, When I lift the plastic sleeve, the whole board seems to be lifting from the metal side of the PSU unit and I don't want to break the thing, Any tips from anyone who has had the same problem? Thanks

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