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The thing is, it would be too much of a hastle filing it up etc. and this would take awhile
...But there is a very good chance that you will be refunded in full and get to keep the kit. Tell them it doesn't work as described and you refuse to pay for shipping back. Bottom line is the guy basically tried to screw you. I wouldn't stand for it.

I had the same thing happen to me with a headset. The mic didn't work on it. I got to keep it and was refunded in full.
    
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well i really cant be bothered lol.

I just unscrewed the control centre box, and just connected the AC-AC so ill have to manually turn it on all the time, but this way it never fails..
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post #13 of 15
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well i really cant be bothered lol.

I just unscrewed the control centre box, and just connected the AC-AC so ill have to manually turn it on all the time, but this way it never fails..
ok, just thought I should let you know

Just be sure to turn it on or just leave it on. You'll cook your CPU fast if your pump isn't on.
    
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yeh, i think ill just go and buy a generic relay kit costs about $10.

But atm my computer is usually running 24/7
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ok i got the control centre working again, i resoldered the soldering with new solder .

But now the problem is that my monitor doesnt turn on nor does my mouse's LED doesnt turn on, probably because theres not enough power?

Would that be the case?
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