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Icute to motherboard wiring

I need a manual to show how to put the wires from the icute casing into the motherboard to supply power i have 5 wires loose and i dont have a clue where to connect them the wires have labels on them which say, reset sw, power sw, hddled, plus pled and -pled, can you help

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Hi, on the edge of your mother board closest to the front of the computer, you will find a double row of pins. Use a torch and if needed a magnifying glass and study these, you will find they are labeled the same as your cables from the case.
In some cases the plugs are set as a 3 space plug, if you find one of these that wont fit. just split it. If you plug the LED wire back to front, don't panic it won't hurt they just wont work. The power and reset are not pole sensetive.
Goodluck mistyman

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2) Receptacle checks out, I suggest you see if the problem is the Power On switch, or the Power Supply.
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This is to show you the motherboard, (Not advertising for the website, nor the seller),

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Scroll to the bottom of the page, and then click on -
Click to view supersized image

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Viewing the photo in the link above, look to the right of the Orange Ram Memory slot.
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Looking back at the link that shows the 24-pin ATX main power cable (Playtool link), look at the photo to the far right.
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