Parts can be damaged by electrostatic discharge. Use proper anti-static protection. For additional information, see the documentation that shipped with your system. © Copyright 2004–2006 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, CAUTION: L.P. Be sure to follow these instructions carefully. If the procedures are...
Remove the SCSI I/O modules Removing the failed chassis Lift the port-colored latch and pull the module out of the chassis. Prepare for the replacement If the MSA is operational, stop all access to the MSA. Press and hold the power on/standby button for ﬁve seconds to place the MSA in standby.
Remove the MSA from the rack Install the MSA in the rack Remove the decorative bezel from the front of the MSA by grasping Slide the MSA into the rack, and then secure the MSA to the front of the rack, using the thumbscrews on the front of the MSA. the outside edges and pulling with sufﬁcient force to disengage the retaining clips.
Install the SCSI I/O modules Completing the replacement Slide the module into the chassis SCSI I/O slot until the latch clicks into place. Reconnect the AC power cords to the MSA. Reconnect the SCSI and Fibre Channel (or Ethernet) cables to the MSA chassis.
Returning the failed chassis In the materials shipped with the replacement, HP speciﬁes whether the defective component must be returned to HP. In cases where it is required, you must ship the defective part back to HP within a deﬁned period of time, normally ﬁve business days.