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Icute matx cube wiring

I lost wiring instructions for this case and am needing to know how to wire the lcd front panel. please help thanks Luke

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    Peter Steiert May 11, 2010

    Do you mean the wiring for the LEDs?


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There should be some spare tiny wires available and these should be colour cordinated in some cases

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Then lay the case over on its side, with the clear side facing up. On the underside, you will see 4 chromed thumbscrews.  Unscrew these, making sure not to lose them. Taking the side cover off is somewhat different from a lot of cases in that you slide it towards the *FRONT* of the case instead of backwards.
Closing up the case is just as simple as reversing the above steps. IMPORTANT NOTE:  For all repairs/mods, you should have the power disconnected before messing around with anything inside the case.
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Hi, on the edge of your mother board closest to the front of the computer, you will find a double row of pins. Use a torch and if needed a magnifying glass and study these, you will find they are labeled the same as your cables from the case.
In some cases the plugs are set as a 3 space plug, if you find one of these that wont fit. just split it. If you plug the LED wire back to front, don't panic it won't hurt they just wont work. The power and reset are not pole sensetive.
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