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Wires came unplugged

I have put a new power suppy box in my e-machine but 3 wires red,blue nad black came unpluged and I don't know where to plug them back in.HELP!!!!

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Hi the 3 wire connector you have mentioned is for the FAN do not forget to connect it - you can find a 3 pin connector either white / brown in color on the motherboard - plug the 3 pin connector into this - it can be connected in only one direction .

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