PC Case Problem Tags: Power Supplies Cases Front Panel Components Last response: October 9, 2009 8:33 PM in Components Share Anonymous a b ) Power supply October 9, 2009 2:44:29 PM Hello, I have bought a antec p193 case and after installing everything i closed the front panel but i broke one of those plastic holders and the front panel is not mounting very good anymore on the case. See http://dmdreams.be/DSC00285.jpg for more details Is there a way i can fix this broken part ? Well the annoying thing is the case doesn't close very well anymore. I have build several computers and its the first time i had this problem. Kind Regards, Kris More about : case problem ulysses35 a b ) Power supply October 9, 2009 5:28:18 PM if you still have the broken plastic park you can super glue it back to the front fascia panel - leave it to set full before attach the fascia to the case. I have had a few of these go on cases before so its not a loss just yet Anonymous a b ) Power supply October 9, 2009 8:33:35 PM thanks i will give it a try with super glue Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumNeed PC case to fit a Gigabyte GeForce GTX 670 ForumGateway SX2370 PSU SFF Slim Case PC ForumBest Gaming PC Case ? ForumElectric current trogh my pc case ForumSuggestions for pc case wide enough for dark rock pro heatsink ForumRun PC without case fan? ForumQuestion about PC case and PSU ForumAdvice on buying a PC Case - Are used cases ok? ForumHow to add this fan from my PC case to my motherboard? ForumWill all my pc components fit in a mini itx case ? ForumNo power to pc , replace PS, mobo, case ForumPC Case Size ForumSilent PC case (5 5.25 bays) or (3 5.25 & 2 3.24) ForumSmall case for low end game pc - which one? ForumSwitch the restart button with the power button on pc case ForumCase fan connector problem ForumCooling and case for my new pc ForumNew case , pc won't start ForumPSU Help ForumProblem with my cooler master atcs 840 case or mobo More resources Read discussions in other Components categories Power supplies Sound cards NICs Akasa Antec Cooler Master Cougar DeepCool Enermax !