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I have a V2Premier computer (Tower) the power button fell

The power button fell off and is down in side the case. Can I take the casing off and replace the button? It is in the on position.

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  • fsalt2 Jan 24, 2009

    Thank you. I will try, just take off the case and try to put it back on?

  • fsalt2 Jan 24, 2009

    Thank you so much, I will go to the website.

  • bbfidler
    bbfidler Feb 22, 2013

    Just pry off the front of case and replace and let me know where you got the replacement

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Sure. You can even replace it with any momentary switch (Normally Off position switch) from radio shack or like places.

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