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Missing holes in front panel?

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The original lasercut drawing have them... not sure why your's doesn't... maybe the lasercutter accidentally skipped over them... the bottom plate has the pins?

you could either cut holes into the front panel yourself, or cut off the pins on the bottom plate to make it fit. I don't think this is a mission-critical link.

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Hi,

I'm sorry for the inconvenience.

You can file/cut away the middle front pins of from the bottom plate to solve the problem quickly.

The holes are left out of the front panel because of a slightly altered bottom plate, see picture.

It can serve as a hole to brush out debris and to guide trough cables for add-ons.

Martijn

HipChat-3.0.13-139.zip

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