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    Opus Error Messages?

    There isnt a manual that I know of. So I am wondering what the difference between a blinking green, and a steady green light is. Since mine is steady, and not triggering the motherboard, I am assuming the blinking green light is a functional one. Thanks for any info, I am using the old epia 800...when searching I could only find info on the epia M one, which doesnt apply to me, and didnt mention the different lights. thanks again

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    solid green light means power is on, and the computer should be functioning. Check your mail box for a manual, after they shipped my opus, Kris emailed me and attached the manual. Also, try using a normal momentary switch to turn on the motherboard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by binary.h4x
    solid green light means power is on, and the computer should be functioning. Check your mail box for a manual, after they shipped my opus, Kris emailed me and attached the manual. Also, try using a normal momentary switch to turn on the motherboard.
    Yeah thast what I ended up doing once I got home....and it powers on now. Thanks for the reply thought, I appreciate it

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    The polarity for the green/white wire must be correctly connected to the power jumper on your motherboard. The green wire should connect to the + pin. Otherwise, the Opus cannot automatically turn on your pc with ignition.

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