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I am having problems getting my panel leds wired up. My ECS MB doesn't list the configuration from my case and the plugs differ--the old 3 wire power led plug is now a 2 wire with the leads spread apart--not together.

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Hi, this can be a common problem, get a small set of side cutters and gently split the plugs to seperate each one. then plug the 2 you need on to the board, turn them sideways so they do not interfere with each other. when pluged on the board you may need to swap them around till they work. Dont worry if you get them the wrong way around you will not do any harm. note there are no adaptors for these connections. Regards mistyman

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