HP Pavilion p6620f PC: impossible to remove Hard Drive Cage to desktop

Hello

I am trying to replace the hard drive on my desktop, but I currently have a problem with the removal of the metal cage that surrounds the hard drive. This is the recommended method to replace the hard drive, according to these instructions: http://www.manualslib.com/manual/359309/Hp-Pavilion-P6230f.html?page=21#manual

I'm stuck on step 13 for this manual in particular. I press the "#1" lock and pull forward, but he's not slide forward. I'm not sure what hurts me, but the thing does not move. Guys do you have an idea what I can do wrong? Thank you.

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Hello

Drag the HARD drive cage to the top of the PC while pressing the lock.

Then pull the cage out of the tower.

I have a h8 1380t with the same HARD drive cage.

Jay

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