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PostPosted: Fri Feb 18, 2005 6:27 pm 
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OK I want to make my toggle switch so it will turn off my case led's. I made a (sucky) drwling in paint to give you the idea of what I wanna do.

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v400/ ... switch.jpg


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btw saying the leds are on a 2 pin molex


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What's your question?


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One of these should work.

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What? I see this thread going nowhere.... Just get a toggle switch and splice it into the wire...


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What? I see this thread going nowhere.... Just get a toggle switch and splice it into the wire...


I agree.


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Stick wrote:
What's your question?


willah wrote:
What? I see this thread going nowhere.... Just get a toggle switch and splice it into the wire...


yo_man_will@hotmail.com wrote:
I agree.


Gamerfreak was asking how to wire a switch. I suspect from your replies(and your posting history in these forums)... you don't know how either.


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Frank4d wrote:
Stick wrote:
What's your question?


willah wrote:
What? I see this thread going nowhere.... Just get a toggle switch and splice it into the wire...


yo_man_will@hotmail.com wrote:
I agree.


Gamerfreak was asking how to wire a switch. I suspect from your replies(and your posting history in these forums)... you don't know how either.



BINGO!!!

here is what I am using....

http://www.cyberguys.com/templates/sear ... ch=&child=


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gamerfreak wrote:


Wire it like the bottom of picture I posted (except ignore third terminal that isn't there). Minus side of all LEDs to PSU-. Positive side of all LEDs to one terminal on switch. PSU+ to other terminal on switch.


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:roll: Thats exactly what I told him to do man, just in more words. I was kinda hoping that Gamer could read a wiring diagram by himself... Or *gasp* know how to strip a few wires and solder to terminals... I'm glad you found my post history interesting although misleading.


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Frank and Willah,

Keep it civil. Don't turn a silly glitch into a flame war.

Although, a flame war about how to solder a switch might be.....

Nevermind - just play nice...

Anyway, the lowly toggle switch doesn't get the attension it deserves these days. Seems to get lost in all the neon and glow coolant.

Manta *wanders off* *wishing he had his shop back*


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