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Pavilion 740n bezel removal

Just need to know how to remove the front bezel on a H.P. Pavilion 740N tower computer?


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Sure..it's most likely either tabs on inside, or screws..you'll need to remove the skins on both sides first, and the tabs may be inside the chassis, instead of nice and obvious to the user.

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