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    iron man Array kkn's Avatar
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    it have a molex connector on the end as you can see ( 4pin ) for power.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kkn View Post
    it have a molex connector on the end as you can see ( 4pin ) for power.
    thank you.
    does the + and - matter?

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    iron man Array kkn's Avatar
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    since i dont have one i can not be 100% shure.
    try and google it and see what it says or if there is a manual on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kkn View Post
    since i dont have one i can not be 100% shure.
    try and google it and see what it says or if there is a manual on it.
    okay...thank you for all the help :-)

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    YES, it does matter that you plug the LED in proper polarity!
    If you have it wrong the best that can happen it the LED just won't work, the worst is you burn out the LED!!
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