Power button on case broke this morning. PC can still work, but what can I do?

BC795 ✭✭
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edited August 2021 in Cases and Power Supplies

For starters, my case is a Corsair 200R ATX case that I've had since 2016. This morning, half of the plastic faceplate of the power button broke off from wear and tear. My computer thankfully still works as there is a button underneath, but now that part of the case looks weird as a result. The half that accesses the reset button is still intact for that matter.

Is there any chance that the part can be replaced or repaired somehow, or should I just bear with it until it's time for me to get a new tower altogether? I just thought I'd ask, since I can't imagine replacing an otherwise fully functional tower all because of a broken piece.

Any help would be appreciated.


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