I got a couple of these cases a few months ago and just rried to use one.
I can not open thecase. The screw holes are to small ! I don't know if the screws are slot or phillips ! I have many screwdrives from jewelers to sears. Small slot and #1 phillips, They will not fit in the hole. The jewelers have too short od shaft.
The box did not provide much info. I wwasted many hours on Google and Yahoo and found some info and got this site which gave me Creative web. I looked them up and it is mostly worthless. They do not mention " enclosures"> There help links for manuals and support have drop down menues asking for product type, model number and such.
Can someone here help me find a screwdriver that will work !!
Very poor design on this product and Creative site is not much better.
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Re: Can't open case--screw holes are too small
Is it a Torx head - sort of 'star' shaped?
Though a fine Jewelers x would have done it.
There are also machine type screws that have no manual equivalent it seems, - just screwed for life- perchance these cases are of that type.
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When you open the bonnet then you will see holes on top headlight case to adjust headlamp lense. You need allen key (choose right size from allen key set). One hole is for upside down and other is to adjust left right direction. Just use quarter turn for every step just in case if you need to set it back.
Replace the cable you are currently using with your printer cable and see if it is the cable if that is not the case I would open the case, and check your connections on the hard drive, there is a chance it might have come loose.
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If you have removed the screws o the bottom, the case should slide down and off of the shaver. hold the swivel head part on one hand and the case in the other and slide the case down. If it seems stock, you can insert a small flat screwdwriver or similar object into the hole where the cord plus in. Hold the case in one hand and push in with the screwdriver to push the insides out through the top of the case
there are probably a couple screws on the back to undo then it slides of or
look under front f case on slightly older ones pre 2000 cases
they have screws under front face plate there is a little hole there put your habd in there and yank it off
you wont damage it there usually stiff
To open the case you will need a very small flat screw driver to pop off the back of the case (be very careful as the clips holding it together are very small). You will then have four small phillip screws to remove, so that you can remove the front of the case. To remove the circuit board, there will be two very small phillip screws holding it in place once you've remove the front case.
Taken from the LG Service Manual for the Flatron 2243/2343:
The trick is to do this all without cracking any of the small tabs inside. I used this method to remove the case to my Samsung monitor, too, so it may be useful for many different makes and models of monitor. Good luck :D
I drilled a coupleof very small holes in the plastic part of the case and also in the watch band where it attaches to the case. I mixed strong epoxy glue (two part) and held the two pieces together with clamps over night. That was 6 months ago and it is still holding. The holes helped squeeze the glue into the joint. Good Luck!
What Kind of Label? How did it get stuck inside this Drive? Has the Label caught on the Bottom or the top of the Drive? Did you try to write to the Label with the Drive? If it is a small centre of the disc label and is stuck on the upper steady Hub then the drive to needs to be opened, not just the Drive case but the lid of the actual drive. If there is only one screw in the casing then it may slide or clip together, Check that none of the Labels are hiding Screw holes...(Often Done) Then look for small holes/slots in the side of the Casing where one might slip a thin Blade or Screw driver, this may unclip plastic Side clips... If that fails, send me some pics of the case and I'll see what I can do to sort the Method... Hope this helps. C