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Is it possible to replace the yellow bracket that holds the cooling unit in place?

One of the plastic clips has broken off. If it is possible to source a part and replace it then I won't have to replace the whole tower.

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  • Nick Willis Dec 03, 2012

    Thanks, I will order one and see how it goes

  • joecoolvette
    joecoolvette Dec 04, 2012

    Isn't that hard to replace. Thank you for the rating!

  • Nick Willis Dec 30, 2012

    Working really well - thanks

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    joecoolvette Dec 31, 2012

    Hey any time!

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