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I have an Apple PowerMac G4 Computer that has a CD "stuck" in the drive. I cannot figure out how to remove the lefthand side panel to get to it. It seems as though is has a fastener behind the Apple Emblem, but I cannot see anything and don't want to risk breaking the case to force it.

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Should be a diagram on your manual, should be available to download if its not on your hard drive

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