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Changing the LED

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was wondering how difficult it would be to change the LED light at the front of my case from a blue LED to a white LED...?

Looking to cable sleeve my system to be all black with white lights... so would seem silly to have a blue LED at the front

Thanks
post #2 of 3
It's not hard if you're good at soldering.


I changed the LED's on my old antec 1200 to orange. Hardest part was remembering which side was + and -.
post #3 of 3
Its real easy. Like he said you got to watch or mark which end goes where.
An amateur like me changed LEDs of the front of my tj07 case and the led on my DVD burner
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Intel G2 SSD, VelociRaptor,ST 750G,ST1TB,Hit1TB Plextor DVDRWDL, BDRW DL Win7 64Bit Dell U2408 WPF 
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