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Assembling structure for electronic modules










Image Number 4 for United States Patent #6989992.

An assembling structure for an electronic module on a computer housing is disclosed. The computer housing has multiple rows of holes. The electronic module has two lugs at a first side thereof, and one lug at a second side thereof. A tongue extends from the second side and an aperture is defined through the tongue. A sleeve is mounted on the tongue. A plug has a front end inserted in the sleeve and fastened by a pin. A resilient member is provided between the plug and the sleeve. Whereby, the electronic module can be easily installed on the computer housing by attaching the lugs to the respective holes and inserting a rear end of the plug in the corresponding hole.








 
 
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