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System panel connector

I bought new case and power supply 400w, but when it comes to system panel connections, i can t manage to power up my pc, if i connect like it is described in the manual nothing happens, but if i connect vertically pled+ and pled- in the first jumper, my power button got light, but the problem is how to connect the others jumpers ( restart sw, hdd led and mb? )
i tried all sorts of combinations but the led on the motherboard just wan t flash. My last case got three jacks that goes in the pled+,nc and pled-, the vertical upper jumpers was free and all else was connected like in the manual .This case got this letters on the pins, power led+ ( separate with) - no nc,reset sw,hdd led, m/b sw.. please help

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    Branimir Matijević Jun 15, 2008

    no , the other case used three pin connectors, this uses two, so if i connect on pled1.. pled+ and ground nothing happens, the power button flashes only when i connect ( green and white pled) on the first needles vertical , i have the manual of the case but when i connect like they say nothing happens, also. when i connect like in the manual also nothing, only this way works and the flash button on the power lights, but no combination can t make the motherbord led to flash, ( the mb sw connector green and black)... so i cant start computer.. p.s this is crazy ... i will take picture and post it so you can se what i am talking about

  • Branimir Matijević
    Branimir Matijević Jun 15, 2008

    never mind i will take the case to those who sell me this peace of junk . Thanks man..

  • Branimir Matijević
    Branimir Matijević Mar 06, 2009

    the problem was , in mother board it was burned up... the guy crashed it and gave me to fix it but it was inpossible, the new working motherboard was easy to set up , thank you for your response, i am little late with answer. So forgive me.

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Some vary with respect to wire color. You're case's LED's are no different. You must find the common color for ground. Usually ground is the color white but can also be black. Colors like blue, green & red are normally power +. If I understand what you are saying above is, this case uses three pin connectors. The middle pin is not used. So you need to remove the wires to make it a two pin connector. This will leave on empty pin hole, (not used).
It is not uncommon for you to remove the wire out of the case pin connector & relocate the wire making it a two pin connector. To do this (remove the wire from a case connector & replace it to function as a two pin connector). Find a large needle. On one side of the plastic pin connector you'll see a piece of metal. It locks into the pin connector. Press the needle onto the metal & pull the wire at the same time. Pushing on the metal will depress its locking ability & the wire will slide out easily. (If it does not come out easily than you must be pushing at the wrong end of the metal). Look closely, one end will depress.
Arrange the + & - wire next to each other so it will work on you're board as shown in you're manual.

Good Luck!
Kind of tough explaining this.
Mike

Posted on Jun 15, 2008

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