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Old 07-12-2018, 03:37 PM
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Default LED Strip issue, static green, not all LED’s functioning...HELP!

Hello everyone!

Decided to make an account and ask for help as I haven’t found anyone with the issue I am currently facing..

I have four LL120 fans all working perfectly fine which are plugged into the fan controller which I got with the triple pack. The issue I am having is that with the seperate light extension I purchased, I cannot for the life of me get them to light up. Two of my strips aren’t displaying anything, whereas the other two are only displaying green colouring on one/two of the LED’s..

I am also able to change the colour of the fans in Corsair Link.

Is this a fault, or is there a fix for this? I purchased these lights from amazon and they haven’t been used before as far as I am aware..

Below are some images of my cable set-up.. (excuse the mess I have ripped everything apart to try and fix this issue..)

I would apprecite all suggestions to what I can do to possibly fix this..

Thanks in advance!
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Old 07-12-2018, 03:47 PM
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Hi Buddy.

Looks like dodgy strip.. have you tried them in a different order?. it only takes one bad strip at beginning of the daisy chain to cause the others to fail to work....
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