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I knocked the power switch,power LED &the hdd LED off on my Emachine W3507.Now I don't know where to plug these back in.What pins do they go in

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  • Conquesta Turner Mar 05, 2011

    But my pins are not colored

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I knocked the power switch,power LED &the hdd - jr2011.jpg

The cable connectors are the same color as the pins were they go.

Posted on Mar 05, 2011

  • Conquesta Turner Mar 05, 2011

    the pins on my motherboard are not colored.

  • lildonnie201
    lildonnie201 Feb 13, 2013

    im having the same problem

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