Loc: Vancouver, BC Canada
the side panels have little clips on the inside in the middle that help hold them on and the insides have to be out to get at them. trust me, if there was an easier way I would have done it. you need the service manual for when you get a bit stumped. I have it in .pdf format if you need.
andrew, thanks for the compliments. enjoy your new mac and the mod.
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