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I'm just getting them online. Its been a waste of a day and gas. There's an industrial area nearby as well as a couple of blocks of just appliance specialists, but its another crap shoot. Grainger is about 15 minutes away, and it just a waste if I can just get them online tbh.


I'm seriously just thinking of busting out the good ol' soldering iron....devil.gif
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So these spade pins are no where to be found. No radioshack (they closed both near my home), Homes doesn't have anything remotely this size, and my final hope Fry's was a dead end too. Funny, Fry's does have switches that have similar pins to my new switch and yet no pins for them. Even went as far as checking other places. Well, I guess I'll have to get them online but if I have to wait a month for them to get here from China, I'm just soldering on the wires to the pins on the switches and insulate them with heatshrink.


Bot Seross and Mega where wrong! You can't find these locally. I'm just messing around.... lachen.giftongue.gifbiggrin.gif


Dupont pins ordered have no new info. The seller quoted up to a month for arrival, so I have a couple of weeks left. Such a small thing is such a big pita tongue.gif. Looking at the lighter side of this, got some time to clean up the messy "work" area of my desk tongue.gif


You just needed these right? They ship from New York, first class mail is like $4, wouldn't think it would take more than a few days. How many do you need? I have some I got from Lutro0 I could drop in a bubble envelope for you.
Edited by gdubc - 3/1/16 at 9:16pm
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Wouldn't harbour freight carry a giant pack of them in different sizes? Or are spade/quick/solderless connectors too random even for them?
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You just needed these right? They ship from New York, first class mail is like $4, wouldn't think it would take more than a few days. How many do you need? I have some I got from Lutro0 I could drop in a bubble envelope for you.

I ordered those already through ebay about two weeks ago. Seross amd Mega thought I was looking for the "spade pins" back then, which I'm actually now looking for (lol). The spade pins go into the switch and you crimp the wire on. The stock ones have plastic shields and I'll use them again. My wiring has been modded too much that it makes sense to redo it with new hardware. Also, the "dupont" connectors have been melted and its something i know can easily happen. The ebay order is for 100 dupont pins and 100 dual pin dupont header connectors:




I'll take care when heating heatshrink. It might be easier and would save the connector by shrinking it a couple of inches away from the connector. My heatgun would melt the connector if i place the heatshrink half way through it and the sleeve.


Here's the spade pins I'm looking for:



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Originally Posted by WhiteWulfe View Post

Wouldn't harbour freight carry a giant pack of them in different sizes? Or are spade/quick/solderless connectors too random even for them?

Actually, I did go to Harbor and Walmart, and even Bestbuy (checking out new cell phone plans too smile.gif) and they all have just the bigger ones. No seems to have the tiny ones for these connectors. I'm hitting ebay right now and hopefully I can find some.



edit: just to recap, I opted not to go w/ the CL pre-assembled ones due to the color and I need custom sizes for my two builds. I have the wire, I have the new switches, I have some FurryLetters sleeve (get well soon Barry!), the dupont pins and replacement connectors are on their way, and just need the spade pins (or I'll just solder them on).

double edit: think I found them:

"2.8 spade connectors"





Thanks to the primochill site, i found them wheee.gif
Edited by wermad - 3/1/16 at 9:52pm
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I'll check them out tomorrow, though the jacket seems too wide. Oriley's site also categorizes them as "spade" btw thumb.gif
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I would stay away from Grainger, solely due to their insane pricing. Same parts and tools can be bought elsewhere for up to 50% off.
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I'll check them out tomorrow, though the jacket seems too wide. Oriley's site also categorizes them as "spade" btw thumb.gif

That's just heat shrink. Also, the Borg Warner (BWD) electrical bits are behind the counter, Dorman are what's hanging up on the pegs (aisle 4, electrical, about halfway down). Oh, yeah, and there are a couple different gauges for those spade clips.
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For those asking about the front panel connectors and spade/tab connectors on the back of the switches, I am relatively sure that I have determined most of part numbers for the connectors. At least, I am using those part numbers in my build.

The motherboard connectors for the switches/LEDs use the following FCI part numbers:

  • 65039-036LF (1-pin header)
  • 65039-035LF (2-pin header for switches/LEDs)
  • 65039-034LF (3-pin header for power LEDs on some motherboards)
  • 65039-033LF (4-pin header for an internal speaker)
  • 65043-032LF (10-pin header for the MSI front panel connector)
  • 65043-027LF (20-pin header for the ASUS and Gigabyte front panel connector)

The pins for the aforementioned headers are FCI part number 47747-000LF. The blocking pin to key the 3-pin, 10-pin or the 20-pin header is FCI part number 65307-001LF.

As for the connectors on the back of the switches, the larger 22mm switches generally use 2.8mm quick disconnect tabs. I have not found a compatible part number yet. However, TE FASTON part number 42415-1 or 42067-1 is a close fit. I have not found a suitable spade connector for the smaller 19mm switches as they usually use solder tabs.

All of those pins and headers are available from either Digi-Key or Mouser.

I even have potential part numbers for the USB 3.0 internal connector if anyone is interested.
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I would stay away from Grainger, solely due to their insane pricing. Same parts and tools can be bought elsewhere for up to 50% off.

I've heard they're expensive but haven't actually visited them as their nearest store is a bit away. I typically got to Harbor-freight even though the quality is decent.

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Originally Posted by Fyrwulf View Post

That's just heat shrink. Also, the Borg Warner (BWD) electrical bits are behind the counter, Dorman are what's hanging up on the pegs (aisle 4, electrical, about halfway down). Oh, yeah, and there are a couple different gauges for those spade clips.

You don't want a big "jacket" as that will get in the way. The plastic housing or heatshrink should insulate them enough as they're packed tightly together. In the end, I went with the ebay spade connectors.

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Originally Posted by lkramer View Post

For those asking about the front panel connectors and spade/tab connectors on the back of the switches, I am relatively sure that I have determined most of part numbers for the connectors. At least, I am using those part numbers in my build.

The motherboard connectors for the switches/LEDs use the following FCI part numbers:

  • 65039-036LF (1-pin header)
  • 65039-035LF (2-pin header for switches/LEDs)
  • 65039-034LF (3-pin header for power LEDs on some motherboards)
  • 65039-033LF (4-pin header for an internal speaker)
  • 65043-032LF (10-pin header for the MSI front panel connector)
  • 65043-027LF (20-pin header for the ASUS and Gigabyte front panel connector)

The pins for the aforementioned headers are FCI part number 47747-000LF. The blocking pin to key the 3-pin, 10-pin or the 20-pin header is FCI part number 65307-001LF.

As for the connectors on the back of the switches, the larger 22mm switches generally use 2.8mm quick disconnect tabs. I have not found a compatible part number yet. However, TE FASTON part number 42415-1 or 42067-1 is a close fit. I have not found a suitable spade connector for the smaller 19mm switches as they usually use solder tabs.

All of those pins and headers are available from either Digi-Key or Mouser.

I even have potential part numbers for the USB 3.0 internal connector if anyone is interested.


Hi, will share my info as I am in the same boat:

If you bought a switch with pins on the back like this:




The female connectors you need are called 2.5mm spade connectors female. Get the ones that come with a jacket to insulate the pins from each other or use some small heatshrink like 1/8".


If you got a switch w/ screws, just strip the wire enough and pass it through holding it down with the screw (older non led buttons are like this).


Alternatively, if you have a soldering iron and have steady hands, you can also solder these on.


If you need new pins for the single, dual, triple (or even usb 2.0, front audio, etc.) header, the ends that go into the motherboard, they're called 2.5 dupont pins and dupont headers:




I bought a bundle with dual pin connector headers. You can find the 10 pin headers as well for Usb 2.0 9-pins and the front hd audio 9-pin header. I bought some 2.0 extensions for the second system and they were too short, so I could make them (had I not already purchased the extensions) you just have to buy the male dupont pins, the one's that stick out and look like needles:




Sorry, I can't directly link you the ones I bought off ebay but just search there, or aliexpress, or any other shop that might carry them. I've been spending over a month trying to sort out my wiring and one thing leads to another that just causes more delays.
Edited by wermad - 3/2/16 at 2:17pm
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