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No wonder it was 10 bucks? Where did you get this?

If there's any way you can stick the wire back in its position and make it stay, it's worth a try. But if you don't know what you are doing you better return it, you don't want to fry a mobo or something.
 
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Put the wire back into its position with some solder. Or if it will stay in there good just wrap the wires with electrical tape really tight. You could always use it for firing up pumps for loop leak testing if you decide to go WC.

looks to me that i goes right next to the other matching color wire.
 

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Originally Posted by Acoma_Andy View Post
No wonder it was 10 bucks? Where did you get this?

If there's any way you can stick the wire back in its position and make it stay, it's worth a try. But if you don't know what you are doing you better return it, you don't want to fry a mobo or something.
The question is where to stick the wire back in lol.
 

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Put the wire back into its position with some solder. Or if it will stay in there good just wrap the wires with electrical tape really tight. You could always use it for firing up pumps for loop leak testing if you decide to go WC.

looks to me that i goes right next to the other matching color wire.

I stuck it with the other yellow and it works perfectly!!!

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Thank you very much, it took me about 8 min of google-n'.
 
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