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Dell 2200 mouse pad connection to motherboard

I have a Dell 2200 and had to take it apart to fix the power cord connection. I am a rookie at this but managed to get it back together. My only problem is I could not remember where the mouse pad connection connected to the motherboard. Can anyone tell me how to reconnect my mouse pad?

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