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Which were the pins to see if the power supply works

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(Why is it that when I see a wonderful point important to learn, I then forget to write it down thinking my memory is what it was which it clearly isn't.)

Using a paperclip, one can put it into x and y holes of the powersuply, then put the pug in the wall and then the fan turns or not telling one if the powersupply is working, ah but I have forgotten which holes are x and y.
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Edited by Jack123, 19 October 2005 - 12:15 PM.

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