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I have a question about removing power connector i do not need .My power supply does not have removeable connectors . So would be ok to cut them off and use heat shrink ends of ones cut out.
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You could just put them to one side like I do.
    
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I don't see any reason why it wouldn't be ok, just make sure to wrap each individual wire with quality insulating tape so you don't run the risk of bare wires touching.

The only real problem I can think of is what will you do if you decide to add something later and don't have the means to power it?
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