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Isn't the LED just part of the fan? I don't think it would affect the PSU in any way.
Some PSUs have additoinal LEDs to 'Bling' them up a little for those users who like such effects, my Antec is one such PSU with LEDs independant of the fans

RMA if you can, as it only seems fair being it's relatively new (you need your 'Bling' ) and all, however replacing fans/LEDs isn't rocket science it's good ol' fashioned soldering, and provided you let the PSU sit long enough to discharge it's input capacitors you'll be safe

Generally, I pull the power cord out of the socket at the rear of the PSU then press (and hold) the 'power on' button till all activity has ceased, if you wanna' be extra careful count to ten
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Generally, I pull the power cord out of the socket at the rear of the PSU then press (and hold) the 'power on' button till all activity has ceased, if you wanna' be extra careful count to ten
Lol i guarantee there is no point in pressing the power button for anything after you unplug it.
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