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The same like everyone but know answers like everyone pw, hhd, power led

Need to see where plugs belong

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Front panel connector is 4 pins + one empty on top row and 5 pins and one not connected on bottom row.
From the left on top row, 1st 2 are power led, next 2 are power switch, next has no pin
From the left bottom row 1st 2 are hdd led, next 2 are reset (rst) led, last ob right has no connection.
Note the power led and hdd led connectors produce a light when pc is on, if the light does not come on, power off the pc, turn the cables through 180 degrees and turn back on and a light will show

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Have a look on the techguys tab at pcworld.co.uk, you will be able to download the maual from there

Posted on Nov 15, 2008

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How to find the power button inside the motherboard...


inside the motherboard there are groups of pins that are in 2 pairs...

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it means that is the group of pw button reset button pw led hdd led..

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I'm working on an Emachines T3624 I took out the front panel connectors and I can't remember where the power switch connects to the motherboard. I know the general area but I don't know the exact spot....


The manual can be downloaded here, just click on "drivers and downloads" and follow it out.
http://support.gateway.com/us/en/emac/default.aspx

I was hoping to refer you to the manual to provide a diagram, but the manual does not show the front panel I/O connections, so I'll give you general instructions.

The front panel header is a set of two rows of pins. You may need a magnifying glass and flashlight to see the small print on the motherboard that identifies the pins. Look at your front panel cables and look for the same abbreviations on the circuit board. You should see "pw sw" (power switch), "rst" (reset), HDD (hard drive activity indicator LED), and "pw" (indicator LED that shows that the computer is powered up. There should also be speaker.

Just match the cables to the pins on the motherboard. Polarity ( + or - ) is only important for the LED's ( pw and HDD ) Don't worry, if you connect them wrong, they just won't work, just swap wires.

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I have a Northdate computer and every time I push the front button to turn it on it would shut right back down. I opened the side panel and took out the power supply box and replaced it. Still doing it...


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