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NZXT S340 Elite Power Button Led Not Lighting up when i turn on my computer i have my front panel connectors plugged in to the jfp1 header according to the order on the manual.
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  1. If connecting it to the HDD LED, does it work?
    Have you tried reversing polarity?
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  2. alexoiu said:
    If connecting it to the HDD LED, does it work?
    Have you tried reversing polarity?


    This is my first build can you please simplify that I think reversing the polarity is switching + and - if so I've tried that.
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  3. alexoiu said:
    If connecting it to the HDD LED, does it work?
    Have you tried reversing polarity?

    And the hdd led cable is at the bottom
    And my motherboard is the Z270 MSI Gaming Pro Carbon
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  4. Just connect the Power LED on case to the HDD LED pins on board (at the bottom), to test if LED working.
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  5. alexoiu said:
    Just connect the Power LED on case to the HDD LED pins on board (at the bottom), to test if LED working.


    Ok I'll try that.
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  6. alexoiu said:
    Just connect the Power LED on case to the HDD LED pins on board (at the bottom), to test if LED working.


    Nope Still not lighting up
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  7. Best answer
    Then it might be a defective LED, or a broken wire.
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  8. alexoiu said:
    Just connect the Power LED on case to the HDD LED pins on board (at the bottom), to test if LED working.


    alexoiu said:
    Then it might be a defective LED, or a broken wire.


    Both Leds won't light up
    Just to make sure i switched the hdd led wire with the p led (+ on the right and - on the left)
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  9. alexoiu said:
    Then it might be a defective LED, or a broken wire.


    And i Still haven't completed the build so i still need to get ram and cpu
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  10. Then wait for the CPU and then test.
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  11. alexoiu said:
    Then wait for the CPU and then test.


    ok do you think that will fix the issue btw thanks!
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  12. No problem.
    Yes. Definitely.
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  13. TheNerdyTimeLord said:
    alexoiu said:
    Then wait for the CPU and then test.


    ok do you think that will fix the issue btw thanks!


    does your motherboard boot up when you didn't put ram and cpu?
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  14. jamypl98 said:
    TheNerdyTimeLord said:
    alexoiu said:
    Then wait for the CPU and then test.


    ok do you think that will fix the issue btw thanks!


    does your motherboard boot up when you didn't put ram and cpu?


    It Turns on but nothing shows up on the monitor
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  15. TheNerdyTimeLord said:
    jamypl98 said:
    TheNerdyTimeLord said:
    alexoiu said:
    Then wait for the CPU and then test.


    ok do you think that will fix the issue btw thanks!


    does your motherboard boot up when you didn't put ram and cpu?


    It Turns on but nothing shows up on the monitor
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  16. when you have not put cpu and ram the onboard rgb was working on z270 gaming pro carbon?
    Now is it working everything ?
    Now i think that you put cpu and ram are everything working?
    Because Im on your situation with the same hardware.
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  17. jamypl98 said:
    when you have not put cpu and ram the onboard rgb was working on z270 gaming pro carbon?
    Now is it working everything ?
    Now i think that you put cpu and ram are everything working?
    Because Im on your situation with the same hardware.


    The Onboard rgb is not working with no cpu (i have the ram)
    and i can not test with cpu because i do not have one i will update you when i get the cpu and see if its working then
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