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Case not opening on M90p??

2016-05-28, 1:58 AM

Hi,

 

I have a spare M90p that I was getting into the other day. I moved it in a way so the top lid closes, and now the top side (when upright) isn't opening! I really want to use it for things but I cant even get inside! The front panel is out as well. 

 

I know this is very strange question, haha. Is there anything I can do? 

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Re: Case not opening on M90p??

2016-05-28, 19:09 PM

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I have a spare M90p that I was getting into the other day.

 

You saw how it come apart, is it a case of more leverage in multiple places, perhaps with a number of flat-bladed screwdrivers or alike ?    If there's something to be seen that's broken, you could post some hi-res pictures here.  

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Re: Case not opening on M90p??

2016-05-30, 18:52 PM

I fixed it.

 

There is a plastic "spring" like thing that when you push both buttons in, it unlatches. One of them wasn't opening when pressed. What I has to do was take needle-nose pliers and twist the plastic of the "spring" until it came out of its slot. Then it opened, and I put it back. 

 

Honestly, I have no clue how it happened. But it's fixed now!

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