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SL-75KAV Lost book with motherboard scheme, so don't know to connect wires. I don't know which connect is primary/secondary, where is sound processor output, and pins problem, to connect spk, power switch, power led, hdd light etc. PLEASE can I have a photo of motherboard SL-75KAV? Dražen

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Here ya go
This has all the pictures you will need to reconnect everything. If this helps be sure to rate my help.

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