Question about iCute 314 ATX Case
The iCute 314 is a very easy case to open.
First, I assume that you are trying to get into the side panel of the case. Lay down some protective paper or bubblewrap (so you don't mess up such a nice case!).
Then lay the case over on its side, with the clear side facing up. On the underside, you will see 4 chromed thumbscrews. Unscrew these, making sure not to lose them. Taking the side cover off is somewhat different from a lot of cases in that you slide it towards the *FRONT* of the case instead of backwards.
Closing up the case is just as simple as reversing the above steps. IMPORTANT NOTE: For all repairs/mods, you should have the power disconnected before messing around with anything inside the case.
Note 2: If you don't know what you are doing, don't mess around inside the case! I have had more repairs not from computer part failure, but from people messing around inside the 'puter without knowing what they were doing.
I hope all of this helps. You do have a nice case for your system!
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
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