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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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you will need a rubber replacement for your R1 button, if you or a friend have a defective joystick consider that a replacement. if you can't find a defective joystick you can buy a ps2 rubber kit online. below are reference pics.
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