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Cat Murdered Razer Lian Li case

  • 29 May 2023
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 So I know there's a pretty slim chance of anyone knowing what to do here but here it is. My cat knocked over an avocado plant in a bottle of water into the top of my PC case. This happened sometime in the night and unfortunately it didn't make enough noise to wake anyone up so the computer ran until it died and I found it this morning to power it off entirely. Water got into EVERYTHING. My question is, is there any way to replace the case lighting and front USB panel on this case? Or am I sol and need to buy a new case? Sorry if I put this in the wrong area and I have no idea what tags to use 


Best answer by DharyaRamya 5 June 2023, 07:23

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I understand that you encountered an unfortunate incident where your cat knocked over an avocado plant, causing water to spill into your PC case. It ran until it powered off overnight, and now you're left with water damage affecting everything inside. You're specifically wondering if it's possible to replace the case lighting and front USB panel, or if you'll need to purchase a new case.

While water damage can be challenging to address, it's important to take immediate action to prevent further damage. Firstly, ensure that your PC is completely powered off and disconnected from any power source. If you feel comfortable doing so, you can try removing and drying the affected components carefully. Use absorbent materials like towels or silica gel packets to remove moisture.

As for replacing the case lighting and front USB panel, it depends on the specific case model and availability of replacement parts. It would be helpful to check the manufacturer's website or reach out to their customer support for guidance on acquiring replacement components.

In situations like these, it's advisable to consult with a professional or a computer repair technician who can assess the extent of the damage and offer appropriate solutions. They can provide expert advice on repairing or replacing the affected components.

I hope you're able to find a resolution to this unfortunate incident.