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post #1771 of 28613
Where do I get these Rubber Seals?
post #1772 of 28613
http://www.xoxide.com/vibdampener1.html


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post #1773 of 28613
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Got a lot done this past weekend but I got midterms so assembly is on hold for a few days...and I'm waiting on LEDs.
Red, black, orange, that's diffrent. Looking good so far K-10.
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post #1774 of 28613
Hi guys, I just got my new build put together using the Scout case but I've got a slight problem. Whenever I hit the button to switch off the leds for the fans it just turns them on while I'm holding the button down. They are originally off, and when I let go of the switch they turn back off. I'm not sure what I've got hooked up wrong, any ideas?
post #1775 of 28613
Hey guys,

Maybe this has been asked before but I can't find it. So now that I am almost done with my build.. I have 5 fans. I will also hook them up to my fan controller. How do I hook them up to the LED light switch to turn them on/off? Can someone show me how I can do that while having them on the fan controller?
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post #1776 of 28613
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Hey guys,

Maybe this has been asked before but I can't find it. So now that I am almost done with my build.. I have 5 fans. I will also hook them up to my fan controller. How do I hook them up to the LED light switch to turn them on/off? Can someone show me how I can do that while having them on the fan controller?
I've been looking at doing this, but got confused

I have 6 LED fans, 25 LEDs in total in my scout which I wanted wiring upto the stealth switch. Looking at the fans I use, it would mean rewiring the LED's on each fan (so the LED's are powered seperately to the fan motor) round to the back to a connecting system/junction box of some kind and then along to the stealth switch. I figured as 2 wires come out of the switch I'd have 1 wire for front fans, 1 wire for rear fans (doesnt really make a difference tho).... then I googled LED circuits and it all got a bit more complicated saying I needed resisters and ***** all over the place depending on the voltages, number of LED's in one circuit and supply.

So I've given up until my brother comes to have a look who happens to be an electrician
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post #1777 of 28613
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Hi guys, I just got my new build put together using the Scout case but I've got a slight problem. Whenever I hit the button to switch off the leds for the fans it just turns them on while I'm holding the button down. They are originally off, and when I let go of the switch they turn back off. I'm not sure what I've got hooked up wrong, any ideas?
Does you button click in and then click back out again? Mine sits flush, then when push clicked it stands slightly proud of the front panel. Dont know which is on or which is off as I pulled the stock fans out before I built it up first time.

Basically sounds like the click locking part of the switch is failing or not being pushed far enough.... if it clicks in and out fine then maybe some wiring fault along the line.
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post #1778 of 28613
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Got a lot done this past weekend but I got midterms so assembly is on hold for a few days...and I'm waiting on LEDs.
Looking pretty good K10. I like the color scheme.
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post #1779 of 28613
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Originally Posted by Pyro-Psycho View Post
Hi guys, I just got my new build put together using the Scout case but I've got a slight problem. Whenever I hit the button to switch off the leds for the fans it just turns them on while I'm holding the button down. They are originally off, and when I let go of the switch they turn back off. I'm not sure what I've got hooked up wrong, any ideas?
Sounds like a bad switch. If you depress the button and they all come on, then you have them hooked up right. Do you hear a click when you push the button down?
post #1780 of 28613
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Originally Posted by Mohunky View Post
I've been looking at doing this, but got confused

I have 6 LED fans, 25 LEDs in total in my scout which I wanted wiring upto the stealth switch. Looking at the fans I use, it would mean rewiring the LED's on each fan (so the LED's are powered seperately to the fan motor) round to the back to a connecting system/junction box of some kind and then along to the stealth switch. I figured as 2 wires come out of the switch I'd have 1 wire for front fans, 1 wire for rear fans (doesnt really make a difference tho).... then I googled LED circuits and it all got a bit more complicated saying I needed resisters and ***** all over the place depending on the voltages, number of LED's in one circuit and supply.

So I've given up until my brother comes to have a look who happens to be an electrician
Dang... I guess not=/. Where did you put 6 fans? is that including the heat sink fan?
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