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Power on led fly lead fits where?


I bought a barebones U buddie 4m23/24, I took the lid off and there was a lead from the 'power on' led just hanging there - where does it fit? (and which way round)

The accompying manual and quick assembly sheet do not mention it - in fact the manual is not very helpfull at all - is there a more comprehensive manual available anywhere tht I can download?



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