Regarding the previous report of a floppy disk drive problem with Power Computing's Power Tower Pro models, reader "DXTR" got the a tip from Power Computing's tech support. He writes: "I was told to remove the bezel and try the drive. It worked fine without the bezel. In this case, the fix is to cut half the post off that is on the back of the bezel where you insert a pin to eject a floppy in an emergency. I cut it off and replaced the bezel and have had zero problems since."
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