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How do I open the case? How is it to open mechanically?

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Get a flat bladed screwdriver and go to the corner where the black rim meets the silver back and lever the black rim off gradually working all the way round

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Can open the tape door, but tape holder mechanism will not pop out. Do not hear anything when I do open tape door. Help...!


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Can the case of the IBM 350 computer be opened without the latch?


No, the case cannot be opened without using the release latch (Button)

What I believe has transpired, is a situation that I ran into a few years ago, with a computer case that used a similar setup.

I'm afraid my solution won't sound very professional at first glance.

What transpired on the case in question that I was working on, is that the slide button for the latch had come loose, from the latch mechanism.

Come loose due to someone trying to forcibly open the case. They also bent 'Fingers' of the case, that holds the sliding latch mechanism in place.

I found the metal mechanism was made up of two parts, and a spring held the sliding part of the latch in the locked position.

Apparently someone had tried to access the case with the latch, and had no luck. Then they tried to use some sort of leverage device to force the case open, bending one of the two parts of the latch, and part of the case itself. ('Fingers')

The case has small metal 'Fingers' that hold the non-sliding part of the metal latch in place, and also the sliding part.

(Picture a small U shape, stamped into a flat piece of metal. The U shape is actually cut through the metal, with the top, or flat part not cut out.
Now bend the bottom of the U, out of the flat piece.
They sort of resemble 'Fingers')

These 'Fingers' are wrapped around the non-sliding part of the metal latch, and sliding part.
The keep the latch in place.

When bent out, they don't let the Sliding part of the latch, slide over all the way.

All the way, to release a hook at the end of the sliding part of the latch, out of a corresponding small rectangular hole in the computer case.

I had to use finesse, and a flat tip screwdriver. I had to insert the flat tip into the top edge of the panel, and slightly bend it out. (The top edge of the panel above the latch mechanism)

Then with the gap large enough, I slid the flat tip screwdriver down into the case, and proceeded to bend the 'Fingers' out further. When I bent two fingers on top far enough out, the latch mechanism was then loose enough to drop partially out.

I could then open the case. Once I saw how the makeup of the mechanism was made, I then proceeded to straighten the case back to where it was.

Straightened the parts of the metal latch, and reinstalled it into the cover panel, and re-bent the Fingers back into position.
Then I attached the spring, and adjusted the sliding latch to make sure it worked okay.

Sorry I was so lengthy, but after you have fixed your problem, I believe you'll find it is very hard to describe this latch, and how to fix a bent one.

I wish I could have just stated, 'Insert this tool here at this spot, and give it a click to the right'.

Nope.

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If this is not the case , and its due to the lock mechanism itself, then you will have to get into the rear compartment and remove the door trim pad, then pull the plastic protection away and get access to the lock mechanism. Check that a lock rod has not broken or fallen off, try to lift the unlock rod and see if the door opens, in which case you can adjust the rod and that should do the trick, it maybe that you need a new mechanism, they can fail.
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After removing the case cover, you can turn the belt driven wheels by hand to complete the cycle, so that you can eject. Then get new belts (several outfits sell belts based on length, on line). You don't need to do much to replace the belts -- after unlocking and getting the tape out, it was only a couple of screws to remove the mechanism, as a unit, and there is no need to fuse with the circuit boards and such. Easier than I expected.

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Often, tray door refusing to open is a mechanical problem such as stuck-up mechanism, slipping (or cut) belt, blockage or in some case dislodged disc.

An un-technical solution would be to give it a not so gentle whack on the top cover just right above the loading try location while pressing on the eject button. This is not a corrective solution but simply a possible way of getting the disc out. The idea is to jar the mechanism into action.

The correct repair procedure would be to open the unit and determine which area/section needs attention. Often this could be a simple case of dried up lubrication in the any of the mechanical/moving parts or a slipping or severed belt. In some extreme cases, it could be a defective motor or logic/servo controller. In any case, opening the top cover often would allow you to manually remove the disc.

In reply to your last inquiry, electronic devices of this nature would need a couple of minutes or an hour maximum to dissipate whatever stored electrical energy is left inside.

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

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