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Dell precision t3400, aux pws led on MB is orange

I can not swith on. noleds, no fans. I removed all PCI boards, HDD and CD ROM connector, memory, then removed CPU - all is the same. there is the same situation with another PS. Mother board is died?

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

map9966
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SOURCE: Mother Board connection

Go to the site below. Its a manual for the 800/i65GV group. Go to page 67 and zoom in. You'll get a nice look where everything goes. Two rows of pins. Upper row and bottom row. Real close to each other. Do not place connectors up to down. Connect only left to right.
The reset connector has two pins. One will be white or black. These are - grounds. So connect it to the bottom row onto the most right two pins. Moving to your left. Skip one pin. Take the Power Switch a two pin connector. Remember Black & White is ground & ground goes to your right for both rows of Mb pins.
http://dlsvr03.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/sock478/p4p800/e1324_p4p800.pdf
Go to IDE_LED next. Its the last two pins towards your most left of the bottom row of pins. Move to the upper row & the power LED. Same as the bottom row keping the grounds to your right. Lastly is the speaker. Its connector holds four pins but you only use two. One in each end.

Good luck & please vote....

Posted on Dec 22, 2007

map9966
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SOURCE: motherboard

To download you're manual for the D815EEA2, please click the link below.
ftp://download.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/D815EEA2/EA2FV_English.pdf
You need to go to page 85.
7482c11.jpg Starting at Pin 1 (Hard drive LED) is positive + & pin 3 is ground -. Next, Power LED, Pin 2 is + & pin 4 is ground - .
Letter C, is for the reset switch, Pin 5 is + & pin 7 is - .
Power on/off switch, pin 6 is + & pin 8 is - .
The letter I is used for the internal speaker. The positive pin number 16 & ground pin number 10, letter G

Good Luck!
Have more questions? Please feel free to ask.
Mike

Posted on Jun 02, 2008

teknowolf
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SOURCE: power and reset switch and hdd led layout on P4Vmm2 mother board

[10][ 9] Pin 1 = +HDD pin 3 = -HDD LED
[ 8][ 7] Pin 2 = + POWER pin 4 = - power LED (SPD)
[ 6][ 5] Pins 5 & 7 = reset
[ 4][ 3] Pins 6 & 8 = Power switch
[ 2][ 1]


Hope you find this Useful

Dave

Posted on Nov 19, 2008

ChipcircuiT
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SOURCE: How to connect Power LED, Power SW, Power Reset and HDD LED

it is written in the motherboard..
re-reset botton
pw- power botton
hdd led- hard disk led
pw LED- power led

the code is pin 1....

Posted on Jan 28, 2009

proton77
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SOURCE: Need to know where LED wires connect on Foxconn mother board.

Hi,
You can try going to the following site and download the user manual for the motherboard , which would give you the detailed diagram of which cables to connect where
http://www.foxconnchannel.com/support/downloads.aspx?ProductModel=661FX4MR-ES&TypeID=en-us0000001



Thanks
proton

Posted on Apr 08, 2009

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http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/wst3400/en/ug/ug_en.pdf

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