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Phanteks enthoo pro tempered glass

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I dont remember how to put together the glass panel door or what screws go in the hinge that hold it. Help would be appreciated.

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Looks like the hinges should be permanently attached, you just line up the holes on the hinge pieces the panel has and drop it down onto the case's hinge pegs. Then the two short, fat thumb screws go on the other end of the panel to hold it closed. 

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5 hours ago, Zando_ said:

Looks like the hinges should be permanently attached, you just line up the holes on the hinge pieces the panel has and drop it down onto the case's hinge pegs. Then the two short, fat thumb screws go on the other end of the panel to hold it closed. 

Yeah, tho I meant like I took the entire thing off to build in the chassis and now im pretty lost on how it goes back on hinge wise. Checked the case manual and afaik I see no specification on what screws are used to keep the panel on the hinge like a door.

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I think i figured it out, but may have to order the screws that hold it as I misplaced half of them.

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Looked in the hardware box and found screws good enough as a replacement and figured out how it went back on. Thanks for reading.

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