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While replacing the LCD screen on a cq60, I removed two plugs from the LAN card. What are they connected to? I lost them.

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These plugs are connected to a black and a white (tan) wire. These wires lead through the hinges of the screen assembly and attach to metal clips at the top of the display under the bezel. These are the wireless antenna leads. The card itself will have the words main and aux. on it along with a small triangle that is either black or white, this is color coded to the proper wire at its connection.

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