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Emachine model W2888, wiring

I accidently unplugged the 3 connections coming from the front of the PC to the mother board. I believe they are for the LEDs and thr power button. Anyway can someone let me know the right pins to connect to?

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This is someone more suited for a trained technician, but you can look at the motherboard, where the pins were, and you should see markings like pwr +, pwr -, led +, led -, hdd_led, etc, you will also see markings on the cords that connect to the motherboard, with the same words, pwr+, pwr-, etc, you can try matching those up..

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