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Control panel for the 9009-41A,
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  • Page 1 Power Systems Control panel for the 9009-41A, 9009-42A, or 9223-42H...
  • Page 2 Note Before using this information and the product it supports, read the information in “Safety notices” on page v, “Notices” on page 145, the IBM Systems Safety Notices manual, G229-9054, and the IBM Environmental Notices and User Guide, Z125–5823. ®...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Removing the control panel display cable..................109 Replacing the control panel display cable..................120 Preparing the system for operation....................134 Notices......................145 Accessibility features for IBM Power Systems servers................146 Privacy policy considerations ......................... 147 Trademarks..............................147 Electronic emission notices........................147 Class A Notices...........................147 Class B Notices...........................151...
  • Page 5: Safety Notices

    Das Produkt ist nicht für den Einsatz an Bildschirmarbeitsplätzen im Sinne § 2 der Bildschirmarbeitsverordnung geeignet. Laser safety information IBM servers can use I/O cards or features that are fiber-optic based and that utilize lasers or LEDs. Laser compliance IBM servers may be installed inside or outside of an IT equipment rack.
  • Page 6 – For racks with a DC power distribution panel (PDP), connect the customer’s DC power source to the PDP. Ensure that the proper polarity is used when attaching the DC power and DC power return wiring. • Connect any equipment that will be attached to this product to properly wired outlets. •...
  • Page 7 • Rack-mounted devices are not to be used as shelves or work spaces. Do not place objects on top of rack-mounted devices. In addition, do not lean on rack mounted devices and do not use them to stabilize your body position (for example, when working from a ladder). •...
  • Page 8 CAUTION: Removing components from the upper positions in the rack cabinet improves rack stability during relocation. Follow these general guidelines whenever you relocate a populated rack cabinet within a room or building. • Reduce the weight of the rack cabinet by removing equipment starting at the top of the rack cabinet.
  • Page 9 DANGER: Rack-mounted devices are not to be used as shelves or work spaces. Do not place objects on top of rack-mounted devices. In addition, do not lean on rack-mounted devices and do not use them to stabilize your body position (for example, when working from a ladder). Stability hazard: •...
  • Page 10 DANGER: Multiple power cords. The product might be equipped with multiple AC power cords or multiple DC power cables. To remove all hazardous voltages, disconnect all power cords and power cables. (L003) (L007) CAUTION: A hot surface nearby. (L007) x Power Systems: Power Systems: Control panel...
  • Page 11 Exchange only with the IBM-approved part. Recycle or discard the battery as instructed by local regulations. In the United States, IBM has a process for the collection of this battery. For information, call 1-800-426-4333. Have the IBM part number for the battery unit available when you call.
  • Page 12 • LIFT TOOL intended for use to assist, lift, install, remove units (load) up into rack elevations. It is not to be used loaded transporting over major ramps nor as a replacement for such designated tools like pallet jacks, walkies, fork trucks and such related relocation practices. When this is not practicable, specially trained persons or services must be used (for instance, riggers or movers).
  • Page 13 Freewheeling will cause uneven cable wrapping around winch drum, damage cable, and may cause serious injury. • This TOOL must be maintained correctly for IBM Service personnel to use it. IBM shall inspect condition and verify maintenance history before operation. Personnel reserve the right not to use TOOL if inadequate.
  • Page 14 xiv Power Systems: Power Systems: Control panel...
  • Page 15: Control Panel

    Control panel and control panel display for the 9009-41A, 9009-42A, or 9223-42H Find information about removing and replacing the control panel and control panel display for the IBM ® Power System S914 (9009-41A), IBM Power System S924 (9009-42A), or IBM Power System H924 (9223-42H) server.
  • Page 16 Figure 2. Control panels in the stand-alone system You must have at least one control panel display. • The control panel display is required in the stand-alone tower system. • In the rack-mounted system, a control panel display is required in one of the systems in that rack. 2 Power Systems: Power Systems: Control panel...
  • Page 17: Removing Or Replacing The Control Panel

    Removing and replacing the control panel in the 9009-41A, 9009-42A, or 9223-42H Find information about removing and replacing the control panel in the IBM Power System S914 (9009-41A), IBM Power System S924 (9009-42A), or IBM Power System H924 (9223-42H) server.
  • Page 18 Figure 3. Removing the power cords from a rack-mounted server 4 Power Systems: Power Systems: Control panel...
  • Page 19 Figure 4. Removing the power cords from a stand-alone server (L003) Control panel and control panel display for the 9009-41A, 9009-42A, or 9223-42H 5...
  • Page 20 6 Power Systems: Power Systems: Control panel...
  • Page 21 DANGER: Multiple power cords. The product might be equipped with multiple AC power cords or multiple DC power cables. To remove all hazardous voltages, disconnect all power cords and power cables. (L003) 4. For a rack-mounted system, remove the front cover by pulling it away from the system. The cover has indentations (A) where you can hold it more easily.
  • Page 22 Figure 6. Unlocking the front door b) Ensure that you have the electrostatic discharge (ESD) wrist strap on and that the ESD clip is plugged into a ground jack or connected to an unpainted metal surface. If not, do so now. c) Twist the cover latch to the left (counterclockwise) to unlock the cover as shown in Figure 7 on page 9.
  • Page 23 Figure 7. Opening the front cover latch d) Pull the cover away from the system as shown in Figure 8 on page 10. The cover has an indentation where you can hold onto it more easily. Control panel and control panel display for the 9009-41A, 9009-42A, or 9223-42H 9...
  • Page 24 Figure 8. Removing the front cover 6. For a rack-mounted system, open the side latches (A) and pull the latches to slide the system unit fully into the service position until the slides click and hold the system unit securely. Ensure that the screws inside the latches are not secured to the rack.
  • Page 25 Figure 9. Releasing the side latches 7. Attach the electrostatic discharge (ESD) wrist strap. Your system has ESD jacks on the front and on the rear of the system as shown in the following figure. Plug the ESD wrist strap into the ESD jack. Attention: •...
  • Page 26 Figure 10. Location of ESD plugs 8. Remove the service access cover. For a rack-mounted system, complete the following steps. Refer to Figure 11 on page 13. Attention: Operating the system without the service access cover on for more than 10 minutes when the system power is turned on might damage the system components.
  • Page 27 Figure 11. Removing the service access cover from a rack-mounted system For a stand-alone system, complete the following steps. Refer to Figure 12 on page 14. Attention: Operating the system without the service access cover on for more than 10 minutes when the system power is turned on might damage the system components.
  • Page 28 Figure 12. Removing the service access cover 9. Press and hold the push-button (A) on the trusted platform module card to activate the identify LED for the faulty part as shown in the following figure. Verify that the LED (B) is lit, which indicates that sufficient power exists for the identify LED. If the LED (B) is not lit, use the location code to find the physical location by using the service label.
  • Page 29 Figure 13. Activating the identify LED 10. Look for the amber fault LED (A) to identify the failed control panel as shown in Figure 14 on page 16 and Figure 15 on page 17. Control panel and control panel display for the 9009-41A, 9009-42A, or 9223-42H 15...
  • Page 30 Figure 14. Location of the control panel LED in a rack-mounted system 16 Power Systems: Power Systems: Control panel...
  • Page 31: Removing The Control Panel

    Figure 15. Location of the control panel LED in a stand-alone system Removing the control panel from the 9009-41A, 9009-42A, or 9223-42H system To remove a control panel, complete the steps in this procedure. Procedure 1. Ensure that you have the electrostatic discharge (ESD) wrist strap on and that the ESD clip is plugged into a ground jack or connected to an unpainted metal surface.
  • Page 32 Figure 16. Removing the control panel from the bracket for a rack-mounted system 3. Complete the following steps for a stand-alone system. a) Remove the screw (A) that secures the control panel to the system as shown in Figure 17 on page 19, then pivot the control panel up to release the top tab (B).
  • Page 33 Figure 17. Unscrewing the control panel from a stand-alone system b) Remove the control panel from the system by pivoting the control panel to the left as shown in Figure 18 on page 20. Control panel and control panel display for the 9009-41A, 9009-42A, or 9223-42H 19...
  • Page 34 Figure 18. Removing the control panel from a stand-alone system 4. Disconnect the control panel (A) from the cable (B) as shown in Figure 19 on page 21 or Figure 20 on page 22. 20 Power Systems: Power Systems: Control panel...
  • Page 35 Figure 19. Disconnecting the control panel from the cable for a rack-mounted system Control panel and control panel display for the 9009-41A, 9009-42A, or 9223-42H 21...
  • Page 36: Replacing The Control Panel

    Figure 20. Disconnecting the control panel from the cable for a stand-alone system Replacing the control panel from the 9009-41A, 9009-42A, or 9223-42H system To replace a control panel, complete the steps in this procedure. Procedure 1. Ensure that you have the electrostatic discharge (ESD) wrist strap on and that the ESD clip is plugged into a ground jack or connected to an unpainted metal surface.
  • Page 37 Figure 21. Connecting the control panel and cable for a rack-mounted system Control panel and control panel display for the 9009-41A, 9009-42A, or 9223-42H 23...
  • Page 38 Figure 22. Connecting the control panel and cable for a stand-alone system 3. For a rack-mounted system, attach the control panel (A) to the bracket with screw (B) as shown in Figure 23 on page 25. Ensure that the control panel pins align with the bracket holes. 24 Power Systems: Power Systems: Control panel...
  • Page 39 Figure 23. Replacing the control panel onto the bracket for a rack-mounted system 4. Complete the following steps for a stand-alone system. a) Replace the control panel into the system by pivoting the control panel to the right as shown in Figure 24 on page 26.
  • Page 40 Figure 24. Replacing the control panel in a stand-alone system b) Pivot the control panel up to secure the top tab (A) as shown in Figure 25 on page 27, then replace the screw (B) that secures the control panel to the system. 26 Power Systems: Power Systems: Control panel...
  • Page 41: Preparing The System For Operation

    Figure 25. Securing the control panel to a stand-alone system Preparing the 9009-41A, 9009-42A, or 9223-42H system for operation after removing and replacing the control panel To prepare the system for operation after removing and replacing a control panel, complete the steps in this procedure.
  • Page 42 Figure 26. Installing the service access cover For a stand-alone system, complete the following steps. Refer to Figure 27 on page 29. a. Slide the cover (B) on to the system unit as shown. b. Close the latch release (A) by pushing it in the direction shown. 28 Power Systems: Power Systems: Control panel...
  • Page 43 Figure 27. Installing the service access cover 3. For a rack-mounted system, unlock the blue rail safety latches (A) as shown in Figure 28 on page 30 by pushing them inward. Ensure that the cable management arms can move freely. Ensure that the cables at the rear of the unit do not catch or bind as you push the unit into the operating position.
  • Page 44 Figure 28. Placing the system into the operating position 4. For a rack-mounted system, push the system unit (B) as shown in the previous figure back into the rack until both release latches lock the system into position. Secure the cable management arm with hook-and-loop fasteners around the back side of the cable management arm, but not around the cables.
  • Page 45 Figure 29. Installing the front cover 6. For a stand-alone system, install the front cover and door by completing these steps. a) Ensure that you have the electrostatic discharge (ESD) wrist strap on and that the ESD clip is plugged into a ground jack or connected to an unpainted metal surface. If not, do so now. b) Align the cover until the two cover tabs (A) are seated into the slots on the base plate (B) as shown in Figure 30 on page 32.
  • Page 46 Figure 30. Installing the front cover and door c) Rotate the cover up and towards the system until the release latch is seated into its respective slot. d) Twist the cover latch to the right (clockwise) to lock the cover as shown in Figure 31 on page 33. Vertical is locked;...
  • Page 47 Figure 31. Closing the front cover latch e) Close the front door. Insert the front door key into the lock as shown in Figure 32 on page 34. Twist the key to the right (clockwise) to lock the door. Horizontal is locked; vertical is unlocked. Control panel and control panel display for the 9009-41A, 9009-42A, or 9223-42H 33...
  • Page 48 Figure 32. Locking the front door 7. Using your labels, reconnect the power cords (A) to the system unit. Fasten the power cords (A) to the system using the hook-and-loop fasteners (B) as shown in Figure 33 on page 35 or Figure 34 on page 36. 34 Power Systems: Power Systems: Control panel...
  • Page 49 Figure 33. Connecting the power cords to a rack-mounted system Control panel and control panel display for the 9009-41A, 9009-42A, or 9223-42H 35...
  • Page 50 Figure 34. Connecting the power cords to a stand-alone system 8. Check that the power LED (A), as shown in the following figure, is flashing. 36 Power Systems: Power Systems: Control panel...
  • Page 51: Removing Or Replacing The Control Panel Display

    Removing and replacing the control panel display in the 9009-41A, 9009-42A, or 9223-42H Find information about removing and replacing the control panel display in the IBM Power System S914 (9009-41A), IBM Power System S924 (9009-42A), or IBM Power System H924 (9223-42H) server.
  • Page 52 2. The control panel display can be replaced with the system powered on. If you choose to power off the system to complete the repair operation, complete the following steps: a) Stop the system. For instructions, see Stopping a system (www.ibm.com/support/ knowledgecenter/POWER9/p9haj/crustopsys.htm).
  • Page 53 Figure 37. Unlocking the front door b) Ensure that you have the electrostatic discharge (ESD) wrist strap on and that the ESD clip is plugged into a ground jack or connected to an unpainted metal surface. If not, do so now. c) Twist the cover latch to the left (counterclockwise) to unlock the cover as shown in Figure 38 on page 40.
  • Page 54 Figure 38. Opening the front cover latch d) Pull the cover away from the system as shown in Figure 39 on page 41. The cover has an indentation where you can hold onto it more easily. 40 Power Systems: Power Systems: Control panel...
  • Page 55 Figure 39. Removing the front cover 5. Attach the electrostatic discharge (ESD) wrist strap. Your system has ESD jacks on the front and on the rear of the system as shown in the following figure. Plug the ESD wrist strap into the ESD jack. Attention: •...
  • Page 56: Removing The Control Panel Display

    Figure 40. Location of ESD plugs Removing the control panel display from the 9009-41A, 9009-42A, or 9223-42H system To remove a control panel display, complete the steps in this procedure. About this task You must have at least one control panel display. •...
  • Page 57 Figure 41. Removing the control panel display 3. If you are moving the control panel display to another system, replace the display with a filler as shown in Figure 42 on page 44. You can also place a plastic cover on the front cover, over the filler. Control panel and control panel display for the 9009-41A, 9009-42A, or 9223-42H 43...
  • Page 58: Replacing The Control Panel Display

    Figure 42. Inserting a display filler Replacing the control panel display in the 9009-41A, 9009-42A, or 9223-42H system To replace a control panel display, complete the steps in this procedure. Procedure 1. Ensure that you have the electrostatic discharge (ESD) wrist strap on and that the ESD clip is plugged into a ground jack or connected to an unpainted metal surface.
  • Page 59 Figure 43. Removing a display filler 3. Insert the control panel display by pushing it into the housing as shown in Figure 44 on page 46. It clicks into place. Control panel and control panel display for the 9009-41A, 9009-42A, or 9223-42H 45...
  • Page 60: Preparing The System For Operation

    3. If you needed to power off the server to complete the repair operation, start the system. For instructions, see Starting a system (www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/POWER9/p9haj/ crustartsys.htm). 4. Turn off the identify LED. For instructions, see Deactivating an identify LED (www.ibm.com/support/ knowledgecenter/POWER9/p9haj/p9haj_turn_off_identify_led.htm). 5. Verify whether the control panel display is operational by checking the progress codes.
  • Page 61 Figure 45. Installing the front cover 7. For a stand-alone system, install the front cover and door by completing these steps. a) Ensure that you have the electrostatic discharge (ESD) wrist strap on and that the ESD clip is plugged into a ground jack or connected to an unpainted metal surface. If not, do so now. b) Align the cover until the two cover tabs (A) are seated into the slots on the base plate (B) as shown in Figure 46 on page 48.
  • Page 62 Figure 46. Installing the front cover and door c) Rotate the cover up and towards the system until the release latch is seated into its respective slot. d) Twist the cover latch to the right (clockwise) to lock the cover as shown in Figure 47 on page 49. Vertical is locked;...
  • Page 63 Figure 47. Closing the front cover latch e) Close the front door. Insert the front door key into the lock as shown in Figure 48 on page 50. Twist the key to the right (clockwise) to lock the door. Horizontal is locked; vertical is unlocked. Control panel and control panel display for the 9009-41A, 9009-42A, or 9223-42H 49...
  • Page 64 Figure 48. Locking the front door 50 Power Systems: Power Systems: Control panel...
  • Page 65: Control Panel Cables

    Control panel cables for the 9009-41A, 9009-42A, or 9223-42H Find information about removing and replacing the control panel cables in the IBM Power System S914 (9009-41A), IBM Power System S924 (9009-42A), or IBM Power System H924 (9223-42H) server. Removing and replacing the control panel cable in the 9009-41A, 9009-42A,...
  • Page 66 Figure 49. Removing the power cords from a rack-mounted server 52 Power Systems: Power Systems: Control panel...
  • Page 67 Figure 50. Removing the power cords from a stand-alone server (L003) Control panel cables for the 9009-41A, 9009-42A, or 9223-42H 53...
  • Page 68 54 Power Systems: Power Systems: Control panel...
  • Page 69 DANGER: Multiple power cords. The product might be equipped with multiple AC power cords or multiple DC power cables. To remove all hazardous voltages, disconnect all power cords and power cables. (L003) 5. For a rack-mounted system, remove the front cover by pulling it away from the system. The cover has indentations (A) where you can hold it more easily.
  • Page 70 Figure 52. Unlocking the front door b) Ensure that you have the electrostatic discharge (ESD) wrist strap on and that the ESD clip is plugged into a ground jack or connected to an unpainted metal surface. If not, do so now. c) Twist the cover latch to the left (counterclockwise) to unlock the cover as shown in Figure 53 on page 57.
  • Page 71 Figure 53. Opening the front cover latch d) Pull the cover away from the system as shown in Figure 54 on page 58. The cover has an indentation where you can hold onto it more easily. Control panel cables for the 9009-41A, 9009-42A, or 9223-42H 57...
  • Page 72 Figure 54. Removing the front cover 7. For a rack-mounted system, open the side latches (A) and pull the latches to slide the system unit fully into the service position until the slides click and hold the system unit securely. Ensure that the screws inside the latches are not secured to the rack.
  • Page 73 Figure 55. Releasing the side latches 8. Attach the electrostatic discharge (ESD) wrist strap. Your system has ESD jacks on the front and on the rear of the system as shown in the following figure. Plug the ESD wrist strap into the ESD jack. Attention: •...
  • Page 74 Figure 56. Location of ESD plugs 9. Remove the service access cover. For a rack-mounted system, complete the following steps. Refer to Figure 57 on page 61. Attention: Operating the system without the service access cover on for more than 10 minutes when the system power is turned on might damage the system components.
  • Page 75 Figure 57. Removing the service access cover from a rack-mounted system For a stand-alone system, complete the following steps. Refer to Figure 58 on page 62. Attention: Operating the system without the service access cover on for more than 10 minutes when the system power is turned on might damage the system components.
  • Page 76: Removing The Control Panel Cable

    Figure 58. Removing the service access cover Removing the control panel cable from the 9009-41A, 9009-42A, or 9223-42H system To remove a control panel cable, complete the steps in this procedure. Procedure 1. Ensure that you have the electrostatic discharge (ESD) wrist strap on and that the ESD clip is plugged into a ground jack or connected to an unpainted metal surface.
  • Page 77 Figure 59. Removing the air baffle from a rack-mounted system Control panel cables for the 9009-41A, 9009-42A, or 9223-42H 63...
  • Page 78 Figure 60. Removing the air baffle from a stand-alone system 3. Unplug the control panel cable from the system backplane as shown in Figure 61 on page 65 or Figure 62 on page 66. As you face the chassis, the connector is in the left front corner. You can pull the cable from the system backplane by using the cable cover near the plug.
  • Page 79 Figure 61. Disconnecting the control panel cable from the system backplane for a rack-mounted system Control panel cables for the 9009-41A, 9009-42A, or 9223-42H 65...
  • Page 80 Figure 62. Disconnecting the control panel cable from the system backplane for a stand-alone system 4. For a rack-mounted system, loosen the screw (B) that secures the control panel (A) to the bracket as shown in Figure 63 on page 67. 66 Power Systems: Power Systems: Control panel...
  • Page 81 Figure 63. Removing the control panel from the bracket for a rack-mounted system 5. For the rack-mounted system, remove the screws (A) that secures the bracket (B) to the side of the system as shown in Figure 64 on page 68 and remove the bracket. Control panel cables for the 9009-41A, 9009-42A, or 9223-42H 67...
  • Page 82 Figure 64. Removing the control panel bracket from a rack-mounted system 6. Complete the following steps for a stand-alone system. a) Remove the screw (A) that secures the control panel to the system as shown in Figure 65 on page 69, then pivot the control panel up to release the top tab (B).
  • Page 83 Figure 65. Unscrewing the control panel from a stand-alone system b) Remove the control panel from the system by pivoting the control panel to the left as shown in Figure 66 on page 70. Control panel cables for the 9009-41A, 9009-42A, or 9223-42H 69...
  • Page 84 Figure 66. Removing the control panel from a stand-alone system 7. Remove the control panel and cable from the system as shown in Figure 67 on page 71 or Figure 68 on page 72. Remove the cable towards the front of the system. Ensure that the cable does not catch on any components while you are removing it.
  • Page 85 Figure 67. Removing the control panel and cable from a rack-mounted system Control panel cables for the 9009-41A, 9009-42A, or 9223-42H 71...
  • Page 86 Figure 68. Removing the control panel and cable from a stand-alone system 8. Disconnect the control panel (A) from the cable (B) as shown in Figure 69 on page 73 or Figure 70 on page 74. 72 Power Systems: Power Systems: Control panel...
  • Page 87 Figure 69. Disconnecting the control panel from the cable for a rack-mounted system Control panel cables for the 9009-41A, 9009-42A, or 9223-42H 73...
  • Page 88: Replacing The Control Panel Cable

    Figure 70. Disconnecting the control panel from the cable for a stand-alone system Replacing the control panel cable in the 9009-41A, 9009-42A, or 9223-42H system To replace a control panel cable, complete the steps in this procedure. Procedure 1. Ensure that you have the electrostatic discharge (ESD) wrist strap on and that the ESD clip is plugged into a ground jack or connected to an unpainted metal surface.
  • Page 89 Figure 71. Connecting the control panel and cable for a rack-mounted system Control panel cables for the 9009-41A, 9009-42A, or 9223-42H 75...
  • Page 90 Figure 72. Connecting the control panel and cable for a stand-alone system 3. For a rack-mounted system, insert the control panel and cable into the system as shown in Figure 73 on page 77 and Figure 74 on page 78. If needed, label and remove two or three leftmost drives, to allow you to route the cable along the side of the chassis.
  • Page 91 Figure 73. Inserting the control panel and cable for a rack-mounted system Control panel cables for the 9009-41A, 9009-42A, or 9223-42H 77...
  • Page 92 Figure 74. Control panel cable path for a rack-mounted system 4. For a stand-alone system, insert the control panel and cable into the system as shown in Figure 75 on page 79 and Figure 76 on page 80. Pass the cable along the channel next to the disk drive backplane. Secure the cable into the clips along the channel.
  • Page 93 Figure 75. Inserting the control panel and cable for a stand-alone system Control panel cables for the 9009-41A, 9009-42A, or 9223-42H 79...
  • Page 94 Figure 76. Control panel cable path for a stand-alone system 5. For the rack-mounted system, attach the bracket (B) to the side of the system with two screws (A) as shown in Figure 77 on page 81. 80 Power Systems: Power Systems: Control panel...
  • Page 95 Figure 77. Replacing the control panel bracket 6. For a rack-mounted system, attach the control panel (A) to the bracket with screw (B) as shown in Figure 78 on page 82. Ensure that the control panel pins align with the bracket holes. Control panel cables for the 9009-41A, 9009-42A, or 9223-42H 81...
  • Page 96 Figure 78. Replacing the control panel onto the bracket for a rack-mounted system 7. Complete the following steps for a stand-alone system. a) Replace the control panel into the system by pivoting the control panel to the right as shown in Figure 79 on page 83.
  • Page 97 Figure 79. Replacing the control panel in a stand-alone system b) Pivot the control panel up to secure the top tab (A) as shown in Figure 80 on page 84, then replace the screw (B) that secures the control panel to the system. Control panel cables for the 9009-41A, 9009-42A, or 9223-42H 83...
  • Page 98 Figure 80. Securing the control panel to a stand-alone system 8. Connect the control panel cable to the system backplane as shown in Figure 81 on page 85 or Figure 82 on page 86. 84 Power Systems: Power Systems: Control panel...
  • Page 99 Figure 81. Connecting the control panel cable to the system backplane for a rack-mounted system Control panel cables for the 9009-41A, 9009-42A, or 9223-42H 85...
  • Page 100 Figure 82. Connecting the control panel cable to the system backplane for a stand-alone system 9. If you removed any drives while replacing the control panel cable, using your labels, replace the drives. 10. For a rack-mounted system, replace the air baffle (A) straight down into the chassis as shown in Figure 83 on page 87.
  • Page 101 Figure 83. Replacing the air baffle in a rack-mounted system Control panel cables for the 9009-41A, 9009-42A, or 9223-42H 87...
  • Page 102: Preparing The System For Operation

    Figure 84. Replacing the air baffle in a stand-alone system Preparing the 9009-41A, 9009-42A, or 9223-42H system for operation after removing and replacing the control panel cable To prepare the system for operation after removing and replacing a control panel cable, complete the steps in this procedure.
  • Page 103 Figure 85. Installing the service access cover For a stand-alone system, complete the following steps. Refer to Figure 86 on page 90. a. Slide the cover (B) on to the system unit as shown. b. Close the latch release (A) by pushing it in the direction shown. Control panel cables for the 9009-41A, 9009-42A, or 9223-42H 89...
  • Page 104 Figure 86. Installing the service access cover 3. For a rack-mounted system, unlock the blue rail safety latches (A) as shown in Figure 87 on page 91 by pushing them inward. Ensure that the cable management arms can move freely. Ensure that the cables at the rear of the unit do not catch or bind as you push the unit into the operating position.
  • Page 105 Figure 87. Placing the system into the operating position 4. For a rack-mounted system, push the system unit (B) as shown in the previous figure back into the rack until both release latches lock the system into position. Secure the cable management arm with hook-and-loop fasteners around the back side of the cable management arm, but not around the cables.
  • Page 106 Figure 88. Installing the front cover 6. For a stand-alone system, install the front cover and door by completing these steps. a) Ensure that you have the electrostatic discharge (ESD) wrist strap on and that the ESD clip is plugged into a ground jack or connected to an unpainted metal surface. If not, do so now. b) Align the cover until the two cover tabs (A) are seated into the slots on the base plate (B) as shown in Figure 89 on page 93.
  • Page 107 Figure 89. Installing the front cover and door c) Rotate the cover up and towards the system until the release latch is seated into its respective slot. d) Twist the cover latch to the right (clockwise) to lock the cover as shown in Figure 90 on page 94. Vertical is locked;...
  • Page 108 Figure 90. Closing the front cover latch e) Close the front door. Insert the front door key into the lock as shown in Figure 91 on page 95. Twist the key to the right (clockwise) to lock the door. Horizontal is locked; vertical is unlocked. 94 Power Systems: Power Systems: Control panel...
  • Page 109 Figure 91. Locking the front door 7. Using your labels, reconnect the power cords (A) to the system unit. Fasten the power cords (A) to the system using the hook-and-loop fasteners (B) as shown in Figure 92 on page 96 or Figure 93 on page 97. Control panel cables for the 9009-41A, 9009-42A, or 9223-42H 95...
  • Page 110 Figure 92. Connecting the power cords to a rack-mounted system 96 Power Systems: Power Systems: Control panel...
  • Page 111 Figure 93. Connecting the power cords to a stand-alone system 8. Check that the power LED (A), as shown in the following figure, is flashing. Control panel cables for the 9009-41A, 9009-42A, or 9223-42H 97...
  • Page 112: Removing Or Replacing The Control Panel Display Cable

    Removing and replacing the control panel display cable in the 9009-41A, 9009-42A, or 9223-42H Find information about removing and replacing the control panel display cable in the IBM Power System S914 (9009-41A), IBM Power System S924 (9009-42A), or IBM Power System H924 (9223-42H) server.
  • Page 113 2. Identify the part and the system that you are working on. For instructions, see Identifying a part (www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/POWER9/p9haj/sal.htm). Use the blue identify LED on the enclosure to locate the system. Ensure that the serial number of the system matches the serial number to be serviced.
  • Page 114 Figure 96. Removing the power cords from a stand-alone server (L003) 100 Power Systems: Power Systems: Control panel...
  • Page 115 Control panel cables for the 9009-41A, 9009-42A, or 9223-42H 101...
  • Page 116 DANGER: Multiple power cords. The product might be equipped with multiple AC power cords or multiple DC power cables. To remove all hazardous voltages, disconnect all power cords and power cables. (L003) 5. For a rack-mounted system, remove the front cover by pulling it away from the system. The cover has indentations (A) where you can hold it more easily.
  • Page 117 Figure 98. Unlocking the front door b) Ensure that you have the electrostatic discharge (ESD) wrist strap on and that the ESD clip is plugged into a ground jack or connected to an unpainted metal surface. If not, do so now. c) Twist the cover latch to the left (counterclockwise) to unlock the cover as shown in Figure 99 on page 104.
  • Page 118 Figure 99. Opening the front cover latch d) Pull the cover away from the system as shown in Figure 100 on page 105. The cover has an indentation where you can hold onto it more easily. 104 Power Systems: Power Systems: Control panel...
  • Page 119 Figure 100. Removing the front cover 7. For a rack-mounted system, open the side latches (A) and pull the latches to slide the system unit fully into the service position until the slides click and hold the system unit securely. Ensure that the screws inside the latches are not secured to the rack.
  • Page 120 Figure 101. Releasing the side latches 8. Attach the electrostatic discharge (ESD) wrist strap. Your system has ESD jacks on the front and on the rear of the system as shown in the following figure. Plug the ESD wrist strap into the ESD jack. Attention: •...
  • Page 121 Figure 102. Location of ESD plugs 9. Remove the service access cover. For a rack-mounted system, complete the following steps. Refer to Figure 103 on page 108. Attention: Operating the system without the service access cover on for more than 10 minutes when the system power is turned on might damage the system components.
  • Page 122 Figure 103. Removing the service access cover from a rack-mounted system For a stand-alone system, complete the following steps. Refer to Figure 104 on page 109. Attention: Operating the system without the service access cover on for more than 10 minutes when the system power is turned on might damage the system components.
  • Page 123: Removing The Control Panel Display Cable

    Figure 104. Removing the service access cover Removing the control panel display cable from the 9009-41A, 9009-42A, or 9223-42H system To remove a control panel display cable, complete the steps in this procedure. Procedure 1. Ensure that you have the electrostatic discharge (ESD) wrist strap on and that the ESD clip is plugged into a ground jack or connected to an unpainted metal surface.
  • Page 124 Figure 105. Removing the air baffle from a rack-mounted system 110 Power Systems: Power Systems: Control panel...
  • Page 125 Figure 106. Removing the air baffle from a stand-alone system 3. If the server has an RDX drive, partially remove the RDX docking station. a) Push the RDX docking station latch upwards in the direction of the arrow as shown in Figure 107 on page 112.
  • Page 126 Figure 107. Partially removing the RDX docking station 4. Unplug the control panel display cable from the system backplane as shown in Figure 108 on page 113 or Figure 109 on page 114. 112 Power Systems: Power Systems: Control panel...
  • Page 127 Figure 108. Disconnecting the control panel display cable from the system backplane for a rack- mounted system Control panel cables for the 9009-41A, 9009-42A, or 9223-42H 113...
  • Page 128 Figure 109. Disconnecting the control panel display cable from the system backplane for a stand-alone system 5. Remove the control panel display (A) by pulling the tab (B) as shown in Figure 110 on page 115. 114 Power Systems: Power Systems: Control panel...
  • Page 129 Figure 110. Removing the control panel display 6. For the rack-mounted system, remove the two screws (A) that secure the control panel display holder to the chassis as shown in Figure 111 on page 116. Control panel cables for the 9009-41A, 9009-42A, or 9223-42H 115...
  • Page 130 Figure 111. Removing the control panel display holder from the bracket for a rack-mounted system 7. For the stand-alone system, remove the two screws (A) that secure the control panel display holder to the chassis as shown in Figure 111 on page 116. Remove the control panel display housing and cable from the system.
  • Page 131 Figure 112. Removing the control panel display holder from the bracket for a rack-mounted system 8. For the rack-mounted system, open the control panel display holder as shown in Figure 113 on page 118. Control panel cables for the 9009-41A, 9009-42A, or 9223-42H 117...
  • Page 132 Figure 113. Opening the control panel display holder for a rack-mounted system 9. For the rack-mounted system, remove the control panel display housing and cable from the system as shown in Figure 114 on page 119. Ensure that the cable does not catch on any components while you are removing it. 118 Power Systems: Power Systems: Control panel...
  • Page 133 Figure 114. Removing the control panel display housing and cable for a rack-mounted system 10. For the rack-mounted system, remove the control panel display cable from the housing using the two screws (A) as shown in Figure 115 on page 120. Control panel cables for the 9009-41A, 9009-42A, or 9223-42H 119...
  • Page 134: Replacing The Control Panel Display Cable

    Figure 115. Removing the control panel display cable from the housing for a rack-mounted system Replacing the control panel display cable in the 9009-41A, 9009-42A, or 9223-42H system To replace a control panel display cable, complete the steps in this procedure. Procedure 1.
  • Page 135 Figure 116. Installing the control panel display cable into the housing for a rack-mounted system 3. For a rack-mounted system, insert the control panel display cable into the system as shown in Figure 117 on page 122, Figure 118 on page 123, Figure 119 on page 124, and Figure 120 on page 125. Pass the cable through the channel along the side of the chassis, being careful not to catch the cable on any components as you insert it.
  • Page 136 Figure 117. Inserting the control panel display cable for a rack-mounted system 122 Power Systems: Power Systems: Control panel...
  • Page 137 Figure 118. Route the cable through this hole in the chassis for a rack-mounted system Control panel cables for the 9009-41A, 9009-42A, or 9223-42H 123...
  • Page 138 Figure 119. Closing the control panel display holder for a rack-mounted system 124 Power Systems: Power Systems: Control panel...
  • Page 139 Figure 120. Control panel display cable path for a rack-mounted system 4. For the stand-alone system, insert the control panel display cable into the system as shown in Figure 121 on page 126 and Figure 122 on page 127. a) Pull any cable slack inside the system in the direction shown in Figure 122 on page 127 to prevent the cable from interfering with the fan.
  • Page 140 Figure 121. Inserting the control panel display cable for a stand-alone system 126 Power Systems: Power Systems: Control panel...
  • Page 141 Figure 122. Control panel display cable path for a stand-alone system 6. Connect the control panel display cable to the system backplane as shown in Figure 123 on page 128. Control panel cables for the 9009-41A, 9009-42A, or 9223-42H 127...
  • Page 142 Figure 123. Connecting the control panel display cable to the system backplane for a rack-mounted system 128 Power Systems: Power Systems: Control panel...
  • Page 143 Figure 124. Connecting the control panel display cable to the system backplane for a stand-alone system 7. For a rack-mounted system, attach the control panel display holder to the system with two screws as shown in Figure 125 on page 130. Control panel cables for the 9009-41A, 9009-42A, or 9223-42H 129...
  • Page 144 Figure 125. Securing the control panel display cable to the system for a rack-mounted system 8. If the server has an RDX docking station, push the RDX docking station back into the system until it latches into place as shown in Figure 126 on page 131. 130 Power Systems: Power Systems: Control panel...
  • Page 145 Figure 126. Replacing the RDX docking station 9. Insert the control panel display by pushing it into the housing as shown in Figure 127 on page 132. It clicks into place. Control panel cables for the 9009-41A, 9009-42A, or 9223-42H 131...
  • Page 146 Figure 127. Inserting the control panel display 10. For a rack-mounted system, replace the air baffle (A) straight down into the chassis as shown in Figure 128 on page 133. For a stand-alone system, replace the air baffle (A) straight into the side of the chassis as shown in Figure 129 on page 134.
  • Page 147 Figure 128. Replacing the air baffle in a rack-mounted system Control panel cables for the 9009-41A, 9009-42A, or 9223-42H 133...
  • Page 148: Preparing The System For Operation

    Figure 129. Replacing the air baffle in a stand-alone system Preparing the 9009-41A, 9009-42A, or 9223-42H system for operation after removing and replacing the control panel display cable To prepare the system for operation after removing and replacing a control panel display cable, complete the steps in this procedure.
  • Page 149 Figure 130. Installing the service access cover For a stand-alone system, complete the following steps. Refer to Figure 131 on page 136. a. Slide the cover (B) on to the system unit as shown. b. Close the latch release (A) by pushing it in the direction shown. Control panel cables for the 9009-41A, 9009-42A, or 9223-42H 135...
  • Page 150 Figure 131. Installing the service access cover 3. For a rack-mounted system, unlock the blue rail safety latches (A) as shown in Figure 132 on page 137 by pushing them inward. Ensure that the cable management arms can move freely. Ensure that the cables at the rear of the unit do not catch or bind as you push the unit into the operating position.
  • Page 151 Figure 132. Placing the system into the operating position 4. For a rack-mounted system, push the system unit (B) as shown in the previous figure back into the rack until both release latches lock the system into position. Secure the cable management arm with hook-and-loop fasteners around the back side of the cable management arm, but not around the cables.
  • Page 152 Figure 133. Installing the front cover 6. For a stand-alone system, install the front cover and door by completing these steps. a) Ensure that you have the electrostatic discharge (ESD) wrist strap on and that the ESD clip is plugged into a ground jack or connected to an unpainted metal surface. If not, do so now. b) Align the cover until the two cover tabs (A) are seated into the slots on the base plate (B) as shown in Figure 134 on page 139.
  • Page 153 Figure 134. Installing the front cover and door c) Rotate the cover up and towards the system until the release latch is seated into its respective slot. d) Twist the cover latch to the right (clockwise) to lock the cover as shown in Figure 135 on page 140.
  • Page 154 Figure 135. Closing the front cover latch e) Close the front door. Insert the front door key into the lock as shown in Figure 136 on page 141. Twist the key to the right (clockwise) to lock the door. Horizontal is locked; vertical is unlocked. 140 Power Systems: Power Systems: Control panel...
  • Page 155 Figure 136. Locking the front door 7. Using your labels, reconnect the power cords (A) to the system unit. Fasten the power cords (A) to the system using the hook-and-loop fasteners (B) as shown in Figure 137 on page 142 or Figure 138 on page 143. Control panel cables for the 9009-41A, 9009-42A, or 9223-42H 141...
  • Page 156 Figure 137. Connecting the power cords to a rack-mounted system 142 Power Systems: Power Systems: Control panel...
  • Page 157 8. Start the system. For instructions, see Starting a system (www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/ POWER9/p9haj/crustartsys.htm). 9. Turn off the identify LED. For instructions, see Deactivating an identify LED (www.ibm.com/support/ knowledgecenter/POWER9/p9haj/p9haj_turn_off_identify_led.htm). 10. Verify whether the control panel display is operational by checking the progress codes.
  • Page 158 144 Power Systems: Power Systems: Control panel...
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