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Old 07-19-2019, 01:38 AM
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Sad HD RGB Fan LED not working after plugging in h100i v1

My 3 HD series RGB fans are connected to the Lighting Node Pro inside my Carbide Spec-Omega RGB Case.
The fans LED's worked perfectly just after getting the build running, I was able to use every mode on iCUE. However, I forgot to plug in the usb cable of my H100i v1 and after plugging it in, booting up (the rgb still worked), rebooting, I was no longer able to control the lighting.

Since then then the LED's have turned on twice, with no clear reason as to why and it's been months in between them turning on. Although, I still have no control over them.

Seehttps://imgur.com/a/EBn8lwt for images.

Things I've tried:
checking connections
unplugging the h100i usb
changing fan rgb connections order
clean reinstall of iCUE and constant updates.
adjusting settings in iCUE
uninstalling and reinstalling Corsair Link

Note: The RGB strip on the front of the case works perfectly, along with the RGB on the RAM.
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Old 07-19-2019, 08:41 AM
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We'd need to see your lighting setup in iCUE. In your images, the fans are lit up. Can you be a little clearer on the issue?
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Old 07-19-2019, 08:59 AM
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Only a few LED's are lit up if they do turn on at all.
Then they don't change and I can't make them change, until I restart my pc and they don't turn back on.
iCue is currently set to rainbow wave, but I've tried different modes with no success.

Edit: I've added a pic of my iCue Settings

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Old 07-19-2019, 09:01 AM
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First, rearrange the fans on the hub. Does the issue "follow the fan"? If so, then it's likely a bad fan.
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Old 07-19-2019, 09:38 AM
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I Rearranged the fans and found that one of the original case fans is broken.
I thought that I had tried rearranging the fan when I first found the problem, but at the time it was very hot and I must've not been thinking straight :/ And because of where my pc is and how difficult it is to get around the back of it I put off trying to change the connectors.

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