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My printer online error led is allways red

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I need a simple wiring diagram to turn on 40 red leds and 40 green leds on a 9volt battery


Two ways to do it..........

One is a Series circuit, the other is a Parallel circuit.

Of course you can also use a Series/Parallel circuit.

Each LED has a Positive ( + ) connection, and a Negative ( - ) connection.

A) Series circuit:

One side of Switch is connected to Positive ( + ) of the Battery.
The other side goes to the Positive ( + ) of the first LED light.

Then the LED's are connected together in a Series.

Negative of first LED light to Positive of second LED light.
Negative of second LED light to Positive of third LED light.
Negative of third LED light to Positive of Fourth LED light.

And so on, and so on, until you come to No.40 LED light.
It's Negative connects to the Battery.

ONE LED goes bad, and none of them will work.
Old Christmas light strings are set up this way.

B) Parallel Circuit:

Switch to Battery - Positive ( + )
Wire goes from Switch, to 1st LED light's Positive connection ( + )
Then wire from 1st LED positive, to 2nd LED Positive ( + )
Then wire from 2nd LED Positive to 3rd LED Positive.

And so on, and so on, until you reach the 40th LED.

Then wire comes from Negative ( - ) of Battery, to Negative of 1st LED.
Wire from 1st LED to Negative of 2nd LED.
Wire from 2nd LED to Negative of 3rd LED.
Wire from 3rd LED to Negative of 4th LED.

And so on, and so on, until you reach 40th LED.
Wire connects to Negative of 40th LED. Then a wire connects from 40th LED Negative, and goes to Negative of Battery.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Series_and_parallel_circuits

Series Circuit;

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Series_circuit.svg

Over to the Left side you see the Battery symbol. There is no switch in this circuit.

In the Battery symbol, the Longer line represents the Positive pole.
(Positive connection)

Resistors are represented by the squiggly lines. In place of them put your LED lights.

A Switch would go in-between the Battery, and first LED light; on the Positive side.
(ALWAYS put the Switch on the Positive side. Can explain in detail if you need)

[The Top line in the diagram, is the Positive 'wire' ]

http://www.autoshop101.com/trainmodules/elec_circuits/circ114.html

Parallel Circuit:

http://www.autoshop101.com/trainmodules/elec_circuits/circ122.html

In a Parallel circuit, if one LED light goes out, the rest stay on.

For additional questions please post in a Comment.
Regards,
joecoolvette

Apr 12, 2013 | Motherboards

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Led 1 and led 2 both are red, what does that indicate?


Led 2 flashing indicates the the computer is undergoing POST (testing components). If it flashing then something is wrong, usually the computer beeps a cumber of times which translates to a code eg ram error.

When led 2 is stable, the computer completed POST and is booting up through bios and then the OS.

Led 1 on which means the computer is receiving power.

See Manual: http://global.aopen.com/userdownload_List.aspx?RecNo=10062&Model=1258

Nov 30, 2010 | AOpen i945Ga-PLF (918EA10I40) Motherboard

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Asrock P4 combo faking death


Friend, Please check to see if the red line on the cable connecting the HDD and the combo etc is towards number 1 connecting pin both on the combo and on the HDD. If not so then correct it right away as you may burn the motherboard or the combo or the HDD. It is a red line on the outside of the cable connecting the HDD or the Combo to the IDE prot on the motherboard.

Nov 05, 2009 | Asrock P4 COMBO...

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When i'm hooking up the connectors for power led etc.. how do i know what side is positive and negative


most of the times you will see a slim Black line on the cables that will be negative, the speaker inside pc it doesn't make any difference..

If they don't, they have a writing on the conection so consider that POS and the side without letters NEG.

the power, reser , tey will work no matther what side you connect them, the power led, HHD led those will be the one wont really rok but still, the pc will run, swap the if need it :)

if i was of any help please rate me
thank you

Oct 08, 2009 | ASUS P4PE2-X Motherboard

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The phase 4 led on my gigabyte ep43-ud3l ights up


hi..the mother is need a complete the supply on board pin..then double cheek the memory..thanks..Good Luck...^_^

May 13, 2009 | Intel Motherboard

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Reattach Power LED, Power SW, and HDD LED leads


go to the manafacturer website, there should be plans for the motherboard somewhere on there

Nov 24, 2008 | Gateway MS-6389 Ver.1 S462 Motherboard...

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Printer


i have a pentium III on a P3WE5 motherboard from asus , and it keeps crashing when i click on 'about' in windows... or when the cdplayer is starting. Any idea?  I changes about every component on the motherboard and i am fed up with it :(  
mail : ede_Gent@yahoo.Com

Apr 05, 2008 | Intel Motherboard

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Have e machineT2742 intell board


From my extensive experience trial and error can sometimes be the best solution here, never had any shorts with this solutution. plug the power supply onto the mboard then with a screw driver touch together two pins at a time on themboard following a the pins on the panel horizontally, when you touch together the right two pins your mboard will power-up then insert the on-off plug on those two pins 99.9% of the time they are plugged facing inwards (the writing on the plug faces towards the major part of the mboard) after that you can insert the led plugs by the same consept of trial and error. You must plug your harddriver to your board to find the hdd led because then it will flicker when found the power led will remain on constantly. with the resert button the 99.9% of the time the pins are directly below, above or adjacent to the power-on pins. when it comes to the usb pins check-
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they are in this order above if the spare pin is on the right. starting from left to right, starting with the top row insert - red - white - green - black. the same works for the bottom row.

regards
Casta T.

Dec 17, 2007 | Motherboards

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