Question about Thermaltake Kandalf LCS VD4000BWS ATX Full Tower Case
The powerswitch etc bay was accidently pushed backwards, and now seems to be stuck behind the regular position? I dont know if this is a design flaw or there is something to slide it back etc :(
You have to take the front of the case off. Every case is different, there may be clips you have to push in to release the front or there may be screws. once the front is off look for the power switch and glue it back into the switch slot. originally it was probably glued in with hot glue.
Posted on Aug 23, 2007
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