Troubleshooting and Problem Solving
Power Supply/Cooling Modules
Do not remove covers from the Power Supply/Cooling (PSU) module. Danger of electric shock
inside. Return the PSU to your supplier for repair.
Removing a Power Supply/Cooling Module
If a power supply unit or its fan is faulty, you must replace the whole Power Supply/Cooling
As there should always be two power supply units installed, you can continue working while
replacing the faulty module.
Make sure you identify the faulty Power Supply/Cooling module correctly, from the two
Switch off and disconnect the power supply cord.
Squeeze the two latches on the PSU handle together
the PSU out of the enclosure
Grip the handle and withdraw the PSU
Inserting the Module
Check for damage, especially to the rear connector on the PSU.
With the PSU handle
Cam the module home by manually closing the PSU handle (see
be heard as the handle latches engage (see
Connect the power supply cord to the power source and switch the power supply ON.
Do not remove the faulty Power Supply/Cooling module unless you have a
replacement unit of the correct type ready for insertion.
Handle the module carefully and avoid damaging the connector pins. Do not
install the module if any pins appear to be bent.
Install the Power Supply/Cooling module in the right hand bay (Rear Bay
1) of the enclosure in an "upside down" orientation. If necessary, reorient
the power cord clip so that the power cord can be properly retained.
The alarm will sound until the new Power Supply/Cooling module is
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4–3) in the open position, slide the module into the enclosure.
4–2) and open the handle to cam
4–4). A click should