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    Quick question. When I order my CCLK they forgot to put in the stencil piece for the button. I've done enough things with coolerguys.com that's where I orered it. I don't want to bother them again. Lets just say I do though. Where should I put the button. If I put it on the side it'll be harder to take the side panel off cause I have to worry about another wire. I can't do it on the top cause there's no room. I can't do it on the front casue the bezel is not flat. Should I do it on the back? What do you recommend?

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    There should be no problem with fittin' it to the back. ;)

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    which part of the back? Like the little openings for serial ports or parellel ports if I were to fit an old AT board in my case? Right now I have the button hanging out of the slot for the floppy drive. Being I don't have a floppy drive I'm able to have it just hanging there but it doesn't really look professional. I want it to look good not hang good.

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    :cool: Cut a piece of plexiglass for your floppy hole, fit the button into the piece of plexiglass, and have yet another "mod" for your case.

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    lol well......I'll have to make some rounding cuts because......my floppy hole like a rectangular shaped 3.5 inch drive bay. Its hidden with a face rounded like. I"ll have to attempt that.

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    :cool: Using some very hot water, you may be able to set a permanent bend in the plexiglass. Use oven mitts or similar items to hold the hot plexiglass while bending to the correct shape.

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