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Removing Drives From A Multi-bay Unit

For all multi-bay units with removable hard drive assemblies: To replace an unresponsive hard drive, please remove the drive from the assembly (drive sled or tray) by removing the attaching screws.

Drive Sled Screw Positions By Model

G-SPEED XL / XL PRO


G-SPEED-XL

G-SPEED ES / ES PRO


G-SPEED-ES

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Article ID: 165 Article Created: 09-20-2013 16:55 PMLast Modified: 09-23-2013 17:58 PM

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