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Wiring problem where do i connect the 5 cables from the on switch to the circuit board for a toshiba 3300m

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It's usually underneath the motherboard, but just look around if you don't see it on the top of the motherboard just extend the wire as far as it will go and look around there. It can't be further away then the length of the wire.

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