Cisco 2811 Power Supply Jumper – PS Type

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I have replaced a DC supply with an AC 100V but the new power supply doesn not havbe anywhere for the PS Type Jumper connection. What does the PS Type do and can I operate without that connected (as the new power supply has no connector) ? Thanks in Advance.

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I found this out myself.

The Jumper is not required for any part of the operation of the motherboard so just leave it unplugged and tucked away.

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