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I have a e-machine T6536 and just replaced the mother board now I cannot figure out how the power wires go back on there are three Black & White Green & White Red & white took a photo first but thought this was all one plug so not a good photo to look at help?

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Black & white power green & white power on led red & white hard drive led thanks

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As a general rule in plugging wires and cables in computers... "If it does not fit..it doesn't go there." try to fit it to possible connectors. it should fit in withe no problems just dont force it.

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