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I disconnected 3 sets of wires from my start button and don't remember in what order or on what pins they go back to. The wires are labeled Power SW; Power LED; HDD LED. I j have an e-Machine T6520. Is there a wiring diagram I can refer to?

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It should be printed on the motherboard itself. if not, go google emachine t6520 front panel connections.

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