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No manual for my chaintech spt800 motherboard

I am trying to find out how to wire my case to my motherboard. I have a spt8000 chaintech main board. I have missed placed my manual and can not find out how to plug the cases power plug and hd light plugs onto the mother board. can any one help me. hopefully with a diagram . Thank you for your time.

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    I am trying to find out how to wire my case to my motherboard. I have a spt800 chaintech main board. I have missed placed my manual and can not find out how to plug the cases power plug and hd light plugs onto the mother board. can any one help me. hopefully with a diagram . Thank you for your time.

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I have a manual. Somehow, I managed to keep track of it.

Contact me at storm5510@gmail.com.

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