MSA1500 cs SCSI I/O
These instructions apply to the MSA1500 cs
product family. The part may also be used
in other HP products. Please refer to
documentation for your specific product for
detailed replacement instructions.
If the product in which this part is being replaced is still under HP
warranty, then the replacement part(s) referred to in these Replacement
Instructions is provided under the terms and conditions of the
Hewlett-Packard Company Limited Warranty for that product. A copy of
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If this is a trade sale part (product out of warranty), then the replacement
part(s) referred to in these Replacement Instructions is provided under HP's
express limited warranty statement, which may be viewed at:
The replacement part takes on either the Limited Warranty Period of the
part being replaced or a ninety-day period that begins upon installation
of the replacement part, whichever is greater.
The information contained on these replacement instructions is subject to
change without notice. The only warranty for this replacement product is
as noted above. Nothing in these replacement instructions should be
construed as constituting an additional warranty. The information
provided in these replacement instructions is provided "AS IS" and HP is
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MSA1500 cs SCSI I/O Module Replacement Instructions
First Edition (April 2004)
Part Number: 361700-001
About this document
This document details the procedures for replacing a failed
MSA1500 cs SCSI I/O module in HP StorageWorks Modular
Smart Array (MSA) storage systems.
Before replacing the SCSI I/O module, use the following
methods to verify the component failure.
Check the controller LCD for one of the error messages
listed in Table 1.
Table 1: LCD Error Messages
SCSI SUBSYSTEM HARDWARE FAILURE
STORAGE BOX #<n> EMU NOT RESPONDING
The status LED on the rear of the module is not illuminated
or is flashing amber 1.
Figure 1: Status LED
Read the following cautions and information before beginning
removal and replacement procedures.
Be sure the replacement part is available before
removing the failed component. Removing a component
impacts cooling within the enclosure.
Parts can be damaged by electrostatic discharge.
Use proper anti-static protection. Refer to the
documentation that shipped with your system for additional
It is important to follow these instructions when
replacing components in the MSA. If the procedure is done
improperly, it is possible to lose data or damage
Before replacing this hot-pluggable component
ensure that steps have been taken to prevent loss of data.