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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: How to discharge the TV tube?
First off there is no capacitor that holds the High voltage on the tube. Its the tube itself that stores the charge and if you dont discharge a tube properly it will bite you!!You can disconnect the 2nd anode of the tube(thats what the cup is called)that puppy can hold a charge for months as I've picked up used tubes that other service men may have striped out of a junk sets and still got zapped weeks later and it can burn a hole right in you if it bites you the right way. That metal strap is the ground for the crt(the picture tube) The proper way to saftly discharge a crt would be to take a screwdriver perferably a flat tip and connect a cliplead to the screw driver and clip the other end to the ground strap. Carefully slide the screwdriver up UNDER the cup on the crt till you reach the middle of the tube as you will feel it as it wont go any farther. In the meantime you might hear a pop sound and that would be the dischargeing of the tube.. Keep that screwdriver in place a min. of 30 to 40 secs. then remove . Then pinch the cup the oppisite direction on both sides that the wire is running as the cup is held in place by a small hooks on both sides Be carefull not to rip off the cup or bend the small hole suround that the cup is attached. And never ever poke a hole in the cup as I've seen peeps do and when you turn back on a set you will have fireworks as the high voltage will arch out all over the place and if your hand or face is close to it it will get you too!! Now take the clip lead and attach to the grounding strap and clip the other end to where you just took off the cup and your all set.Good Luck with your repair
Posted on Apr 11, 2006
SOURCE: icute to motherboard wiring
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.
Posted on Dec 24, 2007
If you know which wires they are, ask an electrician to "but-splice" the wires back together.
Or if you think yourself wise enough to handle the situation, go buy, wire-strippers, **** splices and a crimper for those wire splices.
MAKE SURE YOU GET THE RIGHT SPLICES FOR THE GAUGE WIRE.
Strip the ends of either wire(you only need to strip about a1/4 inch), twist them CLOCKWISE, place them in the **** splice, and crimp the ends, and PRESTO! wire has continuity.
Make sure you splice the right wires together, or you will have blown fuses, and things not operating correctly.
Posted on Oct 22, 2008
those arent seriously important wires anyway
all they do is make it so you can use your front usb and audio jacks
you should have the same ones on the back of your mobo
you can try finding those wires from your case maker
what brand case is it
try going to there web site to see if there available
if not you may have to soldier them together to get them working again...
one more thing try ebay maybe someone is selling those wires or just the front part of that case good luck
Posted on Mar 28, 2009
Hello james, this is the link for the motherboard manual, you will find here what you are looking for. http://www.ecsusa.com/ECSWebSite/Products/ProductsDetail.aspx?detailid=79&CategoryID=1&DetailName=Manual&MenuID=1&LanID=9
Posted on May 05, 2010
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