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    Default Thermaltake N21 troublesh

    Helloguys how's everyone I'm building myNew system everything fine so far as in
    Building. I am having trouble I looked on
    YouTube my manual and still cannot
    Get the top off or the front to bezel hope
    Anyone here has one. Usually takes me
    30 mIns to an hour to build a system and
    I been stuck since 8pm last night it almost
    2Am central time ;(

    edit sorry for the sloppy post im on my old pc now and wanted to correct my title to

    "Thermaltake N21 Versa Troubles.

    kind of upset at the moment, because i been building gaming rigs for nearly 15 years started off real young. And always
    completed a build the same day this the first time ever... went to youtube and seen a guy builidng his computer with the same case
    as i own/ but its in speed motion, pretty much have to get going on a high speed camera.! ha
    Last edited by THAVICIOUS1; 23-07-2017 at 06:35.

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    Default Re: Thermaltake N21 troublesh

    From the inside of the chassis is 4 to 6 plastic clips.. Press them inward individually and it should pop out.
    You may need to temporarily remove hard drive rack and the optical drive bays.
    or just try pulling from the bottom first at the front and it should come off

    The plastic parts are slightly flimsy and therefore require some care when removing to avoid breaking them.

    see video

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NqlSIYNYtI8
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    Default Re: Thermaltake N21 troublesh

    Quote Originally Posted by vinman View Post
    From the inside of the chassis is 4 to 6 plastic clips.. Press them inward individually and it should pop out.
    You may need to temporarily remove hard drive rack and the optical drive bays.
    or just try pulling from the bottom first at the front and it was should come off

    The plastic parts are slightly flimsy and therefore require some care when removing to avoid breaking them.

    see video




    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NqlSIYNYtI8


    Thanks bro I've checked the video our warlike this morning
    I watched the entire video but. I don't know how he removed the bezel and top part off
    ,
    Are these tab black or white if you know of any thing

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    Default Re: Thermaltake N21 troublesh

    they are part of the front and top of your case what color is your case they are the same color and either push right out or are clipped in like a tab that you push in and out
    grab the bottom of your front bezel and give it a pull and it should come right off

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    Default Re: Thermaltake N21 troublesh

    Quote Originally Posted by vinman View Post
    they are part of the front and top of your case what color is your case they are the same color and either push right out or are clipped in like a tab that you push in and out
    grab the bottom of your front bezel and give it a pull and it should come right off

    I have the the white edition of the case

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    Default Re: Thermaltake N21 troublesh

    tabs that hold it in should be white then have you tried pulling from the bottom of the front bezel ?
    the front needs to come off first then you should be able to pop off the top by reaching underneath and pushing on the tabs that hold the top in place

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    Default Re: Thermaltake N21 troublesh

    Quote Originally Posted by vinman View Post
    tabs that hold it in should be white then have you tried pulling from the bottom of the front bezel ?
    the front needs to come off first then you should be able to pop off the top by reaching underneath and pushing on the tabs that hold the top in place




    Hey buddy i sat around and glanced at it. Are you talking about these 4-6 tabs? I tried pushing them up, not budging, my thumbs bleed a little lol

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    Default Re: Thermaltake N21 troublesh

    You have to tug at the bottom and pull off the front bezel first then the top bezel last and put them back in reverse order as there is a lip on the top bezel that is covered by the front and will prevent you from removing the top first
    I cant help you from here as I don't own this case, click on the link below and read page five

    Thermaltake Versa N21 Case Review | Computer Hardware Reviews - ThinkComputers.org - Part 5

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    Default Re: Thermaltake N21 troublesh

    Quote Originally Posted by vinman View Post
    You have to tug at the bottom and pull off the front bezel first then the top bezel last and put them back in reverse order as there is a lip on the top bezel that is covered by the front and will prevent you from removing the top first
    I cant help you from here as I don't own this case, click on the link below and read page five

    Thermaltake Versa N21 Case Review | Computer Hardware Reviews - ThinkComputers.org - Part 5

    Highly understand brother, I am almost home and will
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    I'm with you my friend you will find most if not all our members are like family here
    and always willing to help no worries its all good let us know how it turns out
    I'm going to keep searching and hopefully I find something that shows the removal
    of both bezels in detail I don't give up that easy lol!!

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    Default Re: Thermaltake N21 troublesh

    Yes that's good to know, having outstanding
    People who actually care and respectful
    Other forums people are so rude bro, you
    Make new thread and if you accidentally
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    Bolding along side, they'd have a hissy
    Fit over something childish such as
    That.

    And buddy! I really appreciate your help brother
    I finally managed to take it off, I'll start back on itTonight or tomorrow, my new build will probably sit
    Up a week or to. Going to buy bandicam anti virus
    Software via Amazon.com man you have no idea
    How much I . thank you!!! For the help.


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