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    150watt Opus Small connector problem

    It seems that the POWER-SW for the opus that goes to the two pins on the motherboard keeps comming loose and at times it won't ethier turn the computer on or off. If I go wiggle the connecter a bit then turn the car on it goes. I tried to bend the pins back a little to force it to go in a little better but it didn't seem to help. This is kinda annoying and if it wasn't for the psu shutting down on low battery i might of killed the car battery when it doesn't shut off.

    Is super-glue the only answer here?



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    or hot glue

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    i used silicone sealer. Tried hot glue and it melted off from the heat in the car.
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