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Old 12-17-2018, 03:53 PM
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Default Corsair Link Recognizes Lighting Node Pro, but no lights work

I recently just installed a Lighting Node Pro, and the 6 fan RGB Hub...however, I cannot get any of my fan lights to light up. I have over the connections, and everything is set up correctly. I have channel 1 selected, and 2 ML fans added (as I have two fans attached to hub).

How do I go about testing to see if the fault is with 1) the hub wiring, 2) the fans wiring
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Old 12-17-2018, 04:06 PM
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HI buddy... is there a Reason you are using LINK rather than iCUE?,, LINK is now EOL (end of life), iCUE has replaced both Link and Cue...
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