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  1. #1
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    how to remove top panel and psu cage from stacker 810

    im sure this has been done before so has anyone got any tips on how bets to do this ?
    better still some pics would be great .
    thanks
    yoko

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    Member RIG RIDER's Avatar
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    I have the original stacker that I removed the PS cage from. I do remember needing to cut two very small sections of material to fully remove the cage. I used my dremel with cut-off wheels for that.

    The link to the build with pictures is in my SIG. (Blacker Stacker)
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    get big metal cuting things and cut it of by hand, I tore all the parts out of a old case for a benching station, it was rivited though.
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    cheers rig rider . nice work there too.
    looks like its mainly rivets like the top panel .

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