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    Note: Read Me First First Edition (September 2014) © Copyright Lenovo 2014.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Safety information ..Chapter 5. Configuring the server . . 55 Chapter 1. General information ..1 Chapter 2. Server setup road map . . . 5 Chapter 3.

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    Chapter 8. Getting information, help, and service ... . . Appendix A. Notices ..Chapter 7. Troubleshooting and diagnostics ... . . Index.

  • Page 5: Safety Information

    Safety information Note: 製品をご使用になる前に、製品に付属の Documentation DVD に収録されているマルチリンガルの「安 全に正しくご使用いただくために」を読んで理解してください。 제품을 사용하기 전에 제품과 함께 제공되는 문서 DVD의 다국어 안전 지침을 주의 깊게 읽어보십시오.

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    在使用本产品之前,请务必先阅读和了解产品附带的文档 DVD 中的多语言安全说明。 使用本產品之前,請務必閱讀並瞭解產品隨附的文件 DVD 上的多國語言版本安全資訊。 Important: Safety, Warranty, and Support Information...

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    Statement 1 DANGER Electrical current from power, telephone, and communication cables is hazardous. To avoid a shock hazard: Do not connect or disconnect any cables or perform installation, maintenance, or reconfiguration of this product during an electrical storm. Connect all power cords to a properly wired and grounded electrical outlet. Ensure that all power cord connectors are securely and completely plugged into receptacles.

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    Statement 3 CAUTION: When laser products (such as CD-ROMs, DVD drives, fiber optic devices, or transmitters) are installed, note the following: • Do not remove the covers. Removing the covers of the laser product could result in exposure to hazardous laser radiation. There are no serviceable parts inside the device. •...

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    Statement 6 CAUTION: If you install a strain-relief bracket option over the end of the power cord that is connected to the device, you must connect the other end of the power cord to a power source that is easily accessible in case it needs to be disconnected.

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    Statement 11 CAUTION: The following label indicates a potential heat hazard. Statement 12 DANGER Overloading a branch circuit is a potential fire hazard and a shock hazard under certain conditions. To avoid these hazards, ensure that your system electrical requirements do not exceed branch current ratings at the installation site.

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    Statement 16 CAUTION: To reduce the risk of electric shock or energy hazards: • This equipment must be installed by trained service personnel in a restricted-access location, as defined by your local electrical code and the latest edition of IEC 60950. •...

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    Statement 20 CAUTION: A lithium ion battery is provided. To avoid possible explosion, do not burn the battery. Replace the battery only with the Lenovo-approved part. Recycle or discard the battery as instructed by local regulations. Products that are not assessed...

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    Grounding requirements...

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    Chapter 1. General information Introduction...

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    Product name Machine type and model (MT-M) Serial number (S/N) Date of purchase Server documentation Printed documents Read Me First Rack Installation Instructions Note:...

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    Documentation DVD Note: Safety, Warranty, and Support Information Lenovo License Agreement User Guide and Hardware Maintenance Manual Rack Installation Instructions ThinkServer System Manager User Guide Note: MegaRAID SAS Software User Guide...

  • Page 19: Chapter 2. Server Setup Road Map

    Chapter 2. Server setup road map Rack Installation Instructions...

  • Page 21: Chapter 3. Product Overview

    Chapter 3. Product overview Server package Features Product Specifications Reference Microprocessor Memory...

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    Power supply Note: System fans Internal drives Drive bay size Drive bay quantity Drive type Note:...

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    Drive bay size Drive bay quantity Drive type Notes: Expansion slots Input/Output (I/O) features Notes:...

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    Video subsystem Ethernet connectivity Reliability, availability, and serviceability Security features Note: Basic system management features...

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    ThinkServer System Manager User Guide Advanced system management features ThinkServer System Manager User Guide...

  • Page 26: Specifications

    Specifications Dimensions Weight Environment Table 1. ASHRAE class A2, class A3, and class A4 specifications ASHRAE class A2 ASHRAE class A3 ASHRAE class A4 Note:...

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    Electrical input Software BIOS and TSM update utilities Lenovo Partner Pack for Microsoft System Center Operations Management...

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    Lenovo ThinkServer Deployment Manager Boot Manager ➙ Launch TDM Platform Update Application Next Browse Flash Note:...

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    Lenovo ThinkServer Diagnostics Lenovo ThinkServer Energy Manager Lenovo ThinkServer Power Planner Lenovo ThinkServer System Manager Lenovo ThinkServer System Manager Premium...

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    Locations Machine type, model, and serial number label Note: Figure 1. Label on server models with 3.5-inch-drive bays...

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    Figure 2. Label on server models with 2.5-inch-drive bays Figure 3. Label on server models with 2.5-inch/3.5-inch mixed drive bays Front view of the server...

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    Note: Front view of server models with 3.5-inch drives Figure 4. Front view of server models with 3.5-inch drives Rack handles Rack Installation Instructions Front panel 3.5-inch-drive bays (0–11)

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    Front view of server models with 2.5-inch drives Figure 5. Front view of server models with 2.5-inch drives Rack handles Rack Installation Instructions Front panel Pull-out information card 2.5-inch-drive bays (0–23)

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    Front view of server models with both 2.5-inch drives and 3.5-inch drives Figure 6. Front view of server models with both 2.5-inch drives and 3.5-inch drives Rack handles Rack Installation Instructions 2.5-inch-drive bays (0–5) 3.5-inch-drive bays (6–14) Front panel Pull-out information card...

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    Front view of server models with a slim optical drive Figure 7. Front view of server models with a slim optical drive Rack handles Rack Installation Instructions Front panel Pull-out information card 2.5-inch-drive bays (0–15) Slim optical drive...

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    Front view of server models with an internal tape drive Figure 8. Front view of server models with an internal tape drive Rack handles Rack Installation Instructions Front panel Pull-out information card Internal tape drive Slim optical drive 2.5-inch-drive bays (0–7)

  • Page 37: Front Panel

    Front panel Figure 9. Front panel of server models with 2.5-inch-drive bays Figure 10. Front panel of server models with 3.5-inch-drive bays Figure 11. Front panel of server models with 2.5-inch/3.5-inch mixed drive bays Network status LED Description Status Color...

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    System health LED Description Action Status Color Note: Power button with power status LED Status Color Description...

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    System ID button with ID LED Description Status Color DisplayPort connector Front USB 2.0 connectors (2) Rear view of the server 9 10 Figure 12. Rear view of the server...

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    Power supply 2 (available on some models) Power supply 1 3 4 7 Slot Physical link width Negotiable link width Supported card length and height Physical link width Negotiable link width Slot Supported card length and height 8 9 10 Slot Physical link width Negotiable link width...

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    Note: Slot Physical link width Negotiable link width Supported card length and height AnyFabric slot DisplayPort connector Serial connector USB 3.0 connectors (2) 2.5-inch-drive bays (2)

  • Page 42: Server Components

    Ethernet connector for system management (RJ-45) Figure 13. Ethernet status LEDs Ethernet status LED Description Color Status System ID LED Status Color Description Server components...

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    Note: Figure 14. Components of server models with an internal tape drive and a slim optical drive...

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    Notes: FRU description Self-service CRU Optional-service CRU...

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    FRU description Self-service CRU Optional-service CRU AnyRAID adapter, RAID card, and pass-through board Note: AnyRAID adapters (supported type varies by server model):...

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    RAID card: Pass-through board: Note: Lenovo ThinkServer RAID 510i AnyRAID Adapter Figure 15. Lenovo ThinkServer RAID 510i AnyRAID Adapter PCIE 0 connector PCIE 1 connector RAID upgrade key connector...

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    Lenovo ThinkServer RAID 720i AnyRAID Adapter Figure 16. ThinkServer RAID 720i AnyRAID Adapter ThinkServer RAID Super Capacitor Module connector PCIE 0 connector PCIE 1 connector...

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    ThinkServer RAID 720ix AnyRAID Adapter Figure 17. ThinkServer RAID 720ix AnyRAID Adapter SATA connector ThinkServer RAID Super Capacitor Module connector PCIE 0 connector PCIE 1 connector...

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    Lenovo ThinkServer 9286 RAID Adapter Figure 18. Lenovo ThinkServer 9286 RAID Adapter ThinkServer RAID Super Capacitor Module connector SAS connector...

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    Lenovo ThinkServer RAID 110i pass-through board Figure 19. Lenovo ThinkServer RAID 110i pass-through board SATA 0–3 connector SATA 4–7 connector Hot-swap-drive backplane...

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    Drive bay size Drive bay quantity Backplane quantity Drive type Drive bay size Drive bay quantity Backplane quantity Drive type...

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    Backplane for up to twelve 3.5-inch drives Figure 20. Front view of the backplane for up to twelve 3.5-inch drives Figure 21. Rear view of the backplane for up to twelve 3.5-inch drives Slot 0–slot 11 10-pin power connector 0 10-pin power connector 1 AnyRAID adapter slot 0 AnyRAID adapter slot 1...

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    Backplane for up to nine 3.5-inch drives Figure 22. Front view of the backplane for up to nine 3.5-inch drives Figure 23. Rear view of the backplane for up to nine 3.5-inch drives Slot 0–slot 8 AnyRAID adapter slot 4 AnyRAID adapter slot 5 10-pin power connector 0 10-pin power connector 1...

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    Backplane for up to sixteen 2.5-inch drives 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 10 11 13 14 Figure 24. Front view of the backplane for up to sixteen 2.5-inch drives Figure 25. Rear view of the backplane for up to sixteen 2.5-inch drives Slot 0–slot 15 10-pin power connector 0 AnyRAID adapter slot 0...

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    Backplane for up to eight 2.5-inch drives 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Figure 26. Front view of the backplane for up to eight 2.5-inch drives Figure 27. Rear view of the backplane for up to eight 2.5-inch drives Slot 0–slot 7 10-pin power connector 0 AnyRAID adapter slot 0...

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    Backplane for up to six 2.5-inch drives 0 1 2 3 Figure 28. Front view of the backplane for up to six 2.5-inch drives Figure 29. Rear view of the backplane for up to six 2.5-inch drives Slot 0–slot 5 AnyRAID adapter slot 1 AnyRAID adapter slot 0...

  • Page 57: System Board Components

    Rear backplane for up to two 2.5-inch drives Figure 30. Front view of the rear backplane for up to two 2.5-inch drives Figure 31. Rear view of the rear backplane for up to two 2.5-inch drives Slot 0 Slot 1 Drive sideband signals connector Drive connector 0 Drive connector 1...

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    1 2 3 4 Figure 32. System board components SATA connector 1 (ports 4-7) AnyRAID connector 0-1 SATA connector 0 (ports 0-3)

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    Front panel connector Coin-cell battery SATA connector (optical drive) AnyFabric connector RAID upgrade key connector SD module connector Riser card assembly 1 slot PCIe slot 4 PCIe slot 7 PCIe slot 8 TPM connector TSM Premium connector Rear-backplane signal connector Riser card assembly 2 slot...

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    Rear-backplane power connector Front-backplane power connector Intrusion switch connector Power-distribution-board connector 23 25 27 29 31 33 System fan connector 24 28 30 34 Memory slots Microprocessor 2 socket Microprocessor 1 socket...

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    System board jumpers Figure 33. System board jumpers Attention: BIOS default settings jumper...

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    Clear password jumper BIOS recovery jumper Jumper cap storage...

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    System fan fault LEDs Figure 34. System fan fault LEDs Figure 35. Viewing the system fan fault LEDs from the top of the system fans...

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    Hot-swap-drive status LEDs Figure 36. Hot-swap-drive status LEDs Drive activity LED Drive status LED Description...

  • Page 65: Connecting Cables

    Power supply status LEDs Figure 37. Power supply status LEDs Status Description Action Connecting cables...

  • Page 67: Turning On The Server

    Chapter 4. Turning on and turning off the server Turning on the server Turning off the server CAUTION: The power control button on the device and the power button on the power supply do not turn off the electrical current supplied to the device. The device also might have more than one power cord.

  • Page 69: Chapter 5. Configuring The Server

    Chapter 5. Configuring the server Using the Setup Utility program Starting the Setup Utility program Viewing information in the Setup Utility program Setup Utility program interface Notes:...

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    System Information menu System Information System Information Advanced Settings menu Advanced Settings Advanced Settings Notes: Enabled Disabled Advanced Settings Processor Settings Memory Settings Advanced Power Settings PCI/PCIE Settings SATA Settings USB Settings Serial Settings Wakeup Settings...

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    Miscellaneous Settings System Security menu System Security Notes: Enabled Disabled System Security Administrator Password User Password Secure Boot TPM/TCM TSM Settings menu TSM Settings TSM Settings TSM Network Settings User Account Settings Boot Manager menu Boot Manager Boot Sequence Boot Manager Save &...

  • Page 72: Setting The System Date And Time, Using Passwords

    Save & Exit Save Changes and Reset Discard Changes and Exit Load Optimized Defaults Save as User Defaults Restore User Defaults Pure UEFI OS Optimized Defaults Setting the system date and time System Information System Date System Time Using passwords Setup Utility program password types Administrator password User password...

  • Page 73: Selecting A Startup Device

    Setting, changing, or deleting a password System Security Administrator Password User Password Note: Selecting a startup device Note: Note:...

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    Boot Sequence Boot Manager Boot Option #1 Boot Option #5 Configuring the TPM function TPM Settings ➙ TPM Support System Security TPM Support Enabled TPM Support Enabled TPM State TPM State Enabled Setting an Ethernet connector for system management TSM Settings TSM Network Settings ➙...

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    Updating or recovering the BIOS Updating (flashing) the BIOS Notes: Recovering from a BIOS update failure Note: Using the automatic recovery feature...

  • Page 76: Configuring Raid

    Using the BIOS recovery jumper Note: Configuring RAID About RAID...

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    RAID 0 RAID 1 RAID 5 RAID 6 RAID 10...

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    RAID 50 Note: RAID 60 MegaRAID SAS Software User Guide Configuring RAID using the Lenovo ThinkServer Deployment Manager program Configuring the advanced SATA or SAS hardware RAID Note: Boot Manager ➙ Adapters and UEFI Drivers...

  • Page 79: Updating The Firmware

    MegaRAID SAS Software User Guide Updating the firmware...

  • Page 81: Chapter 6. Replacing Hardware

    Chapter 6. Replacing hardware Guidelines Precautions...

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    Handling static-sensitive devices Attention: System reliability guidelines...

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    Working inside the server with the power on Attention: Removing or extending the server from the rack cabinet Rack Installation Instructions Rack Installation Instructions Removing the server cover Attention: Note:...

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    Figure 38. Unscrewing the cover lock Note: Figure 39. Removing the server cover Attention:...

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    Installing, removing, or replacing hardware Notes: Attention: Removing and reinstalling the rack handles Attention: Note: Figure 40. Removing the rack handles...

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    Figure 41. Installing the rack handles Removing and reinstalling the cooling shroud Attention:...

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    Figure 42. Removing the cooling shroud...

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    Note: Figure 43. Installing the cooling shroud Attention: What to do next: Installing or replacing a system fan Attention:...

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    CAUTION: Hazardous moving parts. Keep fingers and other body parts away. Note: Note: Figure 44. Removing the dummy fan...

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    Figure 45. Removing the system fan Figure 46. Installing the system fan What to do next:...

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    Removing and reinstalling the system fan cage Attention: Note: Figure 47. Removing the system fan cage...

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    Figure 48. Installing the system fan cage Figure 49. Securing the system fan cage What to do next: Installing or removing a memory module...

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    Note: Memory module installation rules...

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    CPU1 DIMMC1 CPU1 DIMMC2 CPU1 DIMMC3 CPU1 DIMMD1 CPU1 DIMMD2 CPU1 DIMMD3 CPU2 DIMMC1 CPU1 DIMMB3 CPU2 DIMMC2 CPU1 DIMMB2 CPU2 DIMMC3 CPU1 DIMMB1 CPU2 DIMMD1 CPU1 DIMMA3 CPU2 DIMMD2 CPU1 DIMMA2 CPU2 DIMMD3 CPU1 DIMMA1 CPU2 DIMMB3 CPU2 DIMMB2 CPU2 DIMMB1 CPU2 DIMMA3 CPU2 DIMMA2...

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    Table 3. Memory module installation rules for servers with two microprocessors (continued) CPU1 DIMM CPU2 DIMM A1 A2 A3 B1 B2 B3 C1 C2 C3 D1 D2 D3 A1 A2 A3 B1 B2 B3 C1 C2 C3 D1 D2 D3 Memory module installation order in independent mode Notes: Table 4.

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    Table 6. Memory module installation order in mirroring mode for servers with one microprocessor CPU1 DIMM Table 7. Memory module installation order in mirroring mode for servers with two microprocessors CPU1 DIMM CPU2 DIMM Memory module installation order in sparing mode Note: Table 8.

  • Page 97: Installing A Memory Module

    Memory module installation order in lockstep mode Notes: Table 10. Memory module installation order in lockstep mode for servers with one microprocessor CPU1 DIMM Table 11. Memory module installation order in lockstep mode for servers with two microprocessors CPU1 DIMM CPU2 DIMM Installing a memory module Attention:...

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    Figure 51. Opening the retaining clips of the memory slot Note: Note: Figure 52. Installing a memory module What to do next:...

  • Page 99: Replacing The Riser Card

    Removing a memory module Attention: Note: Figure 53. Removing a memory module What to do next: Replacing the riser card Attention:...

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    Note: Figure 54. Removing the riser card assembly from the chassis...

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    Figure 55. Removing the riser card Figure 56. Installing the riser card...

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    Figure 57. Installing the screws to secure the riser card...

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    Note: Figure 58. Installing the riser card assembly...

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    Figure 59. Tightening the screw What to do next: Installing or removing a PCI Express card: Ethernet card, RAID card, and other supported types of PCI Express cards Note: Installing a PCIe card...

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    Adjusting the card-retaining bracket Attention: Note: Figure 60. Removing the screws to adjust the card-retaining bracket...

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    Figure 61. Securing the card-retaining bracket for 176.4 mm (6.94 inches) PCIe cards Figure 62. Securing the card-retaining bracket for PCIe cards between 185 mm (7.28 inches) and 220 mm (8.66 inches)

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    Installing a PCIe card on the riser card assembly Attention: Notes: Note: Figure 63. Removing the PCIe slot bracket...

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    Note: Figure 64. Installing the PCIe card Figure 65. Pivoting the card latch to the closed position...

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    What to do next: Installing a PCIe card on the system board Attention: Notes: Figure 66. Opening the PCIe card latch Note:...

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    Figure 67. Removing the PCIe slot bracket Note: Note: Figure 68. Removing the full-height bracket...

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    Figure 69. Installing the low-profile bracket Figure 70. Installing the PCIe card...

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    Figure 71. Pivoting the card latch to the closed position What to do next: Removing a PCIe card Removing a PCIe card from the riser card assembly Attention: Notes:...

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    Figure 72. Pivoting the card latch to the open position Note: Figure 73. Removing the PCIe card...

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    What to do next: Removing a PCIe card from the system board Attention: Notes: Note: Figure 74. Removing the PCIe card...

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    What to do next: Replacing the AnyRAID adapter or the pass-through board Attention: Notes: Attention:...

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    Note: Figure 75. Removing the AnyRAID adapter or the pass-through board Note: Figure 76. Installing the AnyRAID adapter or the pass-through board...

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    Figure 77. Tightening the screws What to do next: Installing or removing the flash module Installing the flash module Attention: Notes:...

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    Note: Figure 78. Installing the flash module What to do next: Removing the flash module Attention: Note:...

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    Note: Figure 79. Removing the flash module What to do next: Installing or removing the Lenovo ThinkServer RAID 110i upgrade key Installing the RAID 110i key Attention: Note:...

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    Attention: Note: Figure 80. Installing the RAID 110i key What to do next: Removing the RAID 110i key Attention: Notes:...

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    Attention: Note: Figure 81. Removing the RAID 110i key What to do next: Installing or removing the Lenovo ThinkServer RAID 510i upgrade key...

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    Installing the RAID 510i key Attention: Note: Attention: Note: Note: Figure 82. Installing the RAID 510i key What to do next:...

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    MegaRAID SAS Software User Guide Removing the RAID 510i key Attention: Notes: Attention: Note: Figure 83. Removing the RAID 510i key What to do next:...

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    MegaRAID SAS Software User Guide Installing or removing the secure digital module Installing the SD module Attention: Notes: Note:...

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    Figure 84. Installing the SD module What to do next: Removing the SD module Attention: Notes:...

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    Note: Figure 85. Removing the SD module What to do next: Installing or removing the ThinkServer System Manager Premium Installing the TSM Premium Attention: Notes:...

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    Note: Figure 86. Installing the TSM Premium What to do next: ThinkServer System Manager User Guide Removing the TSM Premium Attention: Notes:...

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    Figure 87. Removing the TSM Premium What to do next: Installing or removing the ThinkServer Trusted Platform Module Installing the TPM Attention: Notes:...

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    Note: Figure 88. Installing the TPM What to do next: Removing the TPM Attention: Notes:...

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    Note: Figure 89. Removing the TPM What to do next: Installing or removing the AnyFabric adapter Installing the AnyFabric adapter Attention: Notes:...

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    Figure 90. Removing the protective shield for the AnyFabric adapter bay Note:...

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    Figure 91. Installing the AnyFabric adapter What to do next: Removing the AnyFabric adapter Attention: Note:...

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    Note: Figure 92. Removing the AnyFabric adapter What to do next: Installing or replacing a hot-swap redundant power supply Attention: CAUTION: Hazardous moving parts. Keep fingers and other body parts away. CAUTION: Never remove the cover on a power supply or any part that has the following label attached.

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    Hazardous voltage, current, and energy levels are present inside any component that has this label attached. There are no serviceable parts inside these components. If you suspect a problem with one of these parts, contact a service technician. Notes: Figure 93. Removing the protective shield for the power supply bay Note:...

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    Figure 94. Removing a power supply Figure 95. Installing a power supply What to do next: Installing or replacing a heat sink Attention:...

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    CAUTION: The heat sink might be very hot. Turn off the server and wait several minutes to let the server cool before removing the server cover. Note: Note: Figure 96. Removing the screws that secure the heat sink...

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    Notes: Figure 97. Installing the screws to secure the heat sink What to do next: Installing or replacing the microprocessor...

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    Installing the second microprocessor Attention: CAUTION: Turn off the server and wait several minutes to let the server cool before removing the server cover. Notes:...

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    Note: Figure 98. Opening the handles of the microprocessor retainer Note: Figure 99. Opening the microprocessor retainer...

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    Figure 100. Do not touch the pins Note: Figure 101. Installing the microprocessor...

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    Note: Figure 102. Removing the microprocessor socket cover Note: Figure 103. Securing the microprocessor in the socket...

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    What to do next: Replacing the microprocessor Attention: CAUTION: The heat sink and microprocessor might be very hot. Turn off the server and wait several minutes to let the server cool before removing the server cover. Notes:...

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    Note: Figure 104. Opening the handles of the microprocessor retainer Figure 105. Opening the microprocessor retainer...

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    Notes: Figure 106. Removing the microprocessor Figure 107. Do not touch the pins...

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    Note: Figure 108. Installing the microprocessor Note: Figure 109. Securing the microprocessor in the socket...

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    Notes: Figure 110. Applying the thermal grease to the top of the microprocessor What to do next: Installing or removing the ThinkServer RAID Super Capacitor Module Attention: Installing the ThinkServer RAID Super Capacitor Module Attention: Notes:...

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    Figure 111. Installing the ThinkServer RAID Super Capacitor Module onto the cooling shroud What to do next: Removing the ThinkServer RAID Super Capacitor Module Attention: Note:...

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    Figure 112. Removing the ThinkServer RAID Super Capacitor Module from the cooling shroud What to do next: Installing or replacing a hot-swap drive Attention: Attention: Notes:...

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    Figure 113. Opening the handle of a dummy tray...

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    Figure 114. Opening the handle of a drive Figure 115. Removing the drive...

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    Figure 116. Removing the dummy tray Note: Figure 117. Installing the drive...

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    What to do next: Installing a 2.5-inch solid-state drive into a 3.5-inch-drive bay Attention: Note: Figure 118. Opening the handle of the dummy tray Figure 119. Removing the dummy tray...

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    Note: Figure 120. Positioning the 2.5-inch solid-state drive into the drive adapter Figure 121. Installing the screws to secure the solid-state drive to the drive adapter...

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    Figure 122. Installing the screws to secure the drive adapter and the solid-state drive to the bracket Figure 123. Installing the bracket with the solid-state drive What to do next:...

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    Installing or removing the rear backplane/cage assembly Installing the rear backplane/cage assembly Attention: Notes: Figure 124. Removing the protective shield for the rear backplane/cage assembly bay...

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    Figure 125. Installing the rear backplane/cage assembly What to do next: Removing the rear backplane/cage assembly Attention: Note:...

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    Figure 126. Removing the rear backplane/cage assembly What to do next: Replacing the hot-swap-drive backplane Note: Replacing the front backplane Attention: Note:...

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    Figure 127. Releasing the front backplane...

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    Figure 128. Removing the front backplane Note: Figure 129. Installing the front backplane...

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    What to do next: Replacing the front backplane for up to six 2.5-inch drives Attention: Note: Figure 130. Removing the front drive cage...

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    Note: Figure 131. Removing the interposer cards Figure 132. Removing the backplane Note:...

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    Figure 133. Installing the new backplane to the front drive cage Figure 134. Installing the screws to secure the new backplane...

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    Figure 135. Installing the interposer cards Figure 136. Installing the screws to secure the interposer cards...

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    Figure 137. Installing the front drive cage Figure 138. Installing the screws to secure the front drive cage What to do next: Replacing the rear backplane Attention:...

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    Figure 139. Removing the rear backplane Note:...

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    Figure 140. Installing the rear backplane What to do next: Replacing the front panel board Notes: Replacing the front panel board for server models with 2.5-inch-drive bays and 2.5-inch/3.5-inch mixed drive bays Attention:...

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    Figure 141. Removing the front panel board Note:...

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    Figure 142. Installing the front panel board What to do next: Replacing the front panel board for server models with 3.5-inch-drive bays Attention:...

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    Figure 143. Releasing the front panel board from the secured position Figure 144. Removing the front panel board Note:...

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    Figure 145. Installing the front panel board Figure 146. Securing the front panel board What to do next: Installing or removing the intrusion switch...

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    Installing the intrusion switch Attention: Note: Figure 147. Assembling the intrusion switch with the bracket...

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    Figure 148. Installing the intrusion switch What to do next: Removing the intrusion switch Attention: Notes:...

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    Figure 149. Removing the intrusion switch What to do next: Installing or replacing the optical drive Note: Attention: CAUTION: When laser products (such as CD-ROMs, DVD drives, fiber optic devices, or transmitters) are installed, note the following:...

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    • Do not remove the covers. Removing the covers of the laser product could result in exposure to hazardous laser radiation. There are no serviceable parts inside the device. • Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein might result in hazardous radiation exposure.

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    Figure 151. Removing the three screws Figure 152. Removing the drive partition What to do next: Installing the optical drive Attention:...

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    Notes: Figure 153. Removing the drive partitions Figure 154. Installing the optical drive cage or the tape drive cage into the chassis...

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    Figure 155. Installing the screws to secure the optical drive cage or the tape drive cage Note: Figure 156. Removing the optical drive dummy...

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    Figure 157. Installing the optical drive Figure 158. Connecting the connector on one end of the cable to the rear of the optical drive What to do next:...

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    Replacing the optical drive Attention: Notes: Note: Figure 159. Removing the optical drive...

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    Figure 160. Installing the optical drive Figure 161. Connecting the connector to the rear of the optical drive What to do next: Installing or replacing the tape drive Note:...

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    Attention: Installing the tape drive Attention: Notes: Figure 162. Removing the drive partitions...

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    Figure 163. Installing the tape drive into the tape drive bay Figure 164. Installing the screws to secure the tape drive to the tape drive cage...

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    Figure 165. Installing the tape drive cage with the tape drive into the chassis Figure 166. Installing five screws to secure the tape drive cage to the chassis...

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    Figure 167. Connecting the connector on one end of the cable to the rear of the tape drive What to do next: Replacing the tape drive Attention: Notes:...

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    Figure 168. Removing the tape drive cage...

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    Figure 169. Removing the tape drive What to do next: Replacing the coin-cell battery Attention:...

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    DANGER Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. When replacing the lithium coin cell battery, use only the same or an equivalent type that is recommended by the manufacturer. The battery contains lithium and can explode if not properly used, handled, or disposed of.

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    Figure 170. Removing the coin-cell battery Figure 171. Installing the coin-cell battery What to do next: For service technician only: replacing the system board Attention: CAUTION: Hazardous moving parts. Keep fingers and other body parts away.

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    CAUTION: The heat sinks and microprocessors might be very hot. Turn off the server and wait several minutes to let the server cool before removing the server cover. Note:...

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    Note: Figure 172. Removing the system board...

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    Figure 173. Installing the system board Note: Notes: Figure 174. Applying the thermal grease to the top of the microprocessor...

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    Note: Figure 175. Securing the microprocessor retainer Figure 176. Installing the microprocessor socket cover...

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    What to do next: For service technician only: replacing the power distribution board Attention: CAUTION: Hazardous moving parts. Keep fingers and other body parts away. CAUTION: Never remove the cover on a power supply or any part that has the following label attached. Hazardous voltage, current, and energy levels are present inside any component that has this label attached.

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    Notes: Figure 177. Disengaging the system board from the power distribution board...

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    Figure 178. Removing the power distribution board Figure 179. Installing the power distribution board...

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    Note: Figure 180. Installing the screw to secure the power distribution board Note: Figure 181. Connecting the system board to the new power distribution board What to do next:...

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    Completing the parts replacement Reinstalling the server cover and reconnecting cables Attention: Attention: Note:...

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    Figure 182. Cable routing...

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    Figure 183. Installing the server cover Figure 184. Closing the server cover completely Attention:...

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    Note: Updating the server configuration...

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    Chapter 7. Troubleshooting and diagnostics Troubleshooting procedure Viewing the status and diagnostic LEDs...

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    Viewing the system event log ThinkServer System Manager User Guide Basic troubleshooting tables Lenovo ThinkServer Deployment Manager program problems Note: Symptom Action Optical drive problems Notes:...

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    Symptom Action Storage drive problems Notes:...

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    Action Symptom Memory module problems Notes:...

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    Symptom Action Keyboard, mouse, and USB device problems Symptom Action...

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    Symptom Action...

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    Chapter 8. Getting information, help, and service Information resources Using the documentation ThinkServer Web site Lenovo Support Web site...

  • Page 208: Help And Service, Calling For Service

    Help and service Before you call Calling for service Problem determination Hardware repair Engineering Change management...

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    Safety, Warranty, and Support Information Using other services Warranty Purchasing additional services...

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    Appendix A. Notices Lenovo (United States), Inc. 1009 Think Place - Building One Morrisville, NC 27560 U.S.A. Attention: Lenovo Director of Licensing...

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    Trademarks Important notes Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) cable and cord notice WARNING: Wash hands after handling Recycling information...

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    Battery return program Battery recycling information for the United States and Canada Battery recycling information for the European Union Notice: Requirement for batteries containing perchlorate...

  • Page 214: Recycling Information For Brazil

    Recycling information for Brazil Declarações de Reciclagem no Brasil Descarte de um Produto Lenovo Fora de Uso Particulate contamination Attention: Table 12. Limits for particulates and gases Contaminant Limits Method of Testing General Ventilation Air-Cleaning Devices for Removal Efficiency by Particle...

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    Important WEEE information Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive (RoHS) European Union RoHS German Ordinance for Work gloss statement Export classification notice...

  • Page 216: Electronic Emission Notices

    Electronic emission notices Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Statement Industry Canada Compliance Statement United Kingdom telecommunications safety requirement European Union - Compliance to the Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive Warning:...

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    German Class A compliance statement Deutschsprachiger EU Hinweis: Hinweis für Geräte der Klasse A EU-Richtlinie zur Elektromagnetischen Verträglichkeit Deutschland: Einhaltung des Gesetzes über die elektromagnetische Verträglichkeit von Betriebsmittein Zulassungsbescheinigung laut dem Deutschen Gesetz über die elektromagnetische Verträglichkeit von Betriebsmitteln, EMVG vom 20. Juli 2007 (früher Gesetz über die elektromagnetische Verträglichkeit von Geräten), bzw.

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    ENERGY STAR model information...

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    Index...

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