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Anonymous
July 21, 2005 8:27:23 PM

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I know this may seem trivial, but does anyone here have or know where to get
biege 5.25" drivebay covers for the Dell Dimension XPS t/r series of cases?
I have one I am selling and the customer is making it an issue, even though
it's trivial and pointless, I figure if I can keep a well paying customer
it's worth it in the end.

Thoughts?

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Anonymous
July 21, 2005 9:44:26 PM

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On Thu, 21 Jul 2005 16:27:23 GMT, B. Walker wrote:

> I know this may seem trivial, but does anyone here have or know where to get
> biege 5.25" drivebay covers for the Dell Dimension XPS t/r series of cases?
> I have one I am selling and the customer is making it an issue, even though
> it's trivial and pointless, I figure if I can keep a well paying customer
> it's worth it in the end.

I emailed Dell back in 2002 when I removed the Zip drive from my old T450
and I got a message back telling me to call the Spare Parts Division at
1-800-372-3355 for the part. The cost for the 3.5" bezel cover back then
was only around $5.00 bucks so I can't imagine the 5.25" cover being much
more than that.

I believe I simply gave them the computer model, case color, and bezel size
and the part was quickly on its way.

Hope this helps.

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-Jeff B.
zoomie at fastmail dot fm
Anonymous
July 22, 2005 2:57:33 AM

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How many do you need? I have one here you can have if you email me a
shipping address.

joe_rr at hotmail.com

"B. Walker" <bawalkerREMOVE@THISmodemnet.net> wrote in message
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>I know this may seem trivial, but does anyone here have or know where to
>get biege 5.25" drivebay covers for the Dell Dimension XPS t/r series of
>cases? I have one I am selling and the customer is making it an issue, even
>though it's trivial and pointless, I figure if I can keep a well paying
>customer it's worth it in the end.
>
> Thoughts?
>
>
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