Blue or terra-cotta on a part of the hardware indicates a touch point where you can grip the hardware
to remove it from or install it in the system, open or close a latch, and so on. Terra-cotta might also
indicate that the part can be removed and replaced with the system or logical partition power on.
5. Ensure that you have access to a medium flat-blade screwdriver, a Phillips screwdriver, and a pair of
6. If parts are incorrect, missing, or visibly damaged, do the following:
v If you are replacing a part, contact the provider of your parts or next level of support.
v If you are installing a feature, contact one of the following service organizations:
– The provider of your parts or next level of support.
– In the United States, the IBM Rochester Manufacturing Automated Information Line (R–MAIL)
In countries and regions outside of the United States, use the following website to locate your service
and support telephone numbers:
7. If you encounter difficulties during the installation, contact your service provider, your IBM reseller,
or your next level of support.
8. If you are installing new hardware in a logical partition, you need to understand and plan for the
implications of partitioning your system. For information, see Logical Partitioning.
Control panel LEDs
Use this information as a guide to the control panel LEDs and buttons.
Use Figure 10 with the control panel LED descriptions to understand the system status that is indicated
by the control panel.
Figure 10. Control panel LEDs
Control panel LEDs and descriptions:
Power Systems: Chassis management card for the EMX0 PCIe Gen3 I/O expansion drawer