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Which wire is the 'ON-PS' switch for the Astec Model SA145-3435 power supply?

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I found out that the AT supply SA145-3435 does not have a switch wire like an ATX supply. I have a SA145-3435 my self. To get it to work it must have a +5 volt load (BLACK and RED) and a +12 volt load (BLACK and YELLOW). If it does not have both of these loads it will power down after a 2 second delay when you plug it up. I used 2 small 12 volt bulbs. One for the 12 volt line and one for the 5 volt line. The type of blub I used was a #94 I got from the auto parts store.

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