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E-Machine Mother Board Connections

I have a 3 yr. old E-Machine T3410. I removed apart all the components for cleaning. I thought I paid close enough attention to all of the connections to put everything back together. I thought wrong! There are 3 independant 2 pin plugs that connect to the front panel. One for the start/stop (I got that one right), the other 2 are for the LED's. Everything works fine, I would just like to have everything working...Including the lights.
Can anyone tell me where I can go to get a connection diagram, picture...Something that can show me the connections. I checked the e-machine site, and in their motherboard repl. info, it only says "pay attention to the connections"! If I had done that as well as I though I had, I wouldn't be asking for this help and info.
Any help and/or info will be greatly appreciated.

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Find the company, and name of the board, and look that up. Computer manufacturers could use any number of different boards. You need the specific manual to that board. The manual should explain where the connections go. Sounds like you have the LED HD and POWER ON LED disconnected.

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  • J. May Sep 29, 2008

    I believe that I found a link and the page to the manual that may help you.

    Just orient the board with the small, obscure drawing. I believe that you will need to focus on the pins that say LED. Sometimes the wires will be labled with what they are or whether they are + or -. If yours aren't just do the best that you can. In my experience, I have never burned anything out when connecting the front controls even when I get it wrong. I have had the wires mixed up before. I am not saying that you cannot short something, but I never had. BTW, I found the manual on this website. Hopes this works.


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