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Fixing panel connector

Posted on 2003-11-08
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Have one last wiring connection to be fix inside my new mobo.On manual it say connect Pin 13 and 15 for "Reset Button" and Pin 13 is "Ground". I have black and white wire for reset switch, which color should go to Pin 13 , black or white wire ?

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makes no difference. It is just a switch. For assembly droid types, black means ground, if you must have a procedure.
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Thanks a lot and cheers.....
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