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Contents
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Safety and Environmental Notices . . . . .
Danger Notices . . . . . . . . . .
Caution Notices . . . . . . . . . .
Attention Notices . . . . . . . . .
Electronic Emission Notices . . . . . . .
Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
statement . . . . . . . . . . . .
Product recycling and disposal . . . . . .
Battery return program . . . . . . . . .
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Chapter 1. General Information . . . . . 1
System Requirement . . . . . .
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Media Drive Environment and Use .
Media Grades . . . . . . .
Media Handling and Storage . .
Environmental Issues . . . .
Drive Cleaning . . . . . .
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Chapter 3. Removal and Replacement
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Laser Safety Information . . . . . . . . . .
Handling Static-Sensitive Devices . . . . . . .
Safety Considerations . . . . . . . . . . .
Removing and Replacing the Cover . . . . . .
Removing a Storage Device from the Enclosure . .
Removing a DVD Drive from the DVD Assembly
Removing a DVD Assembly Tray . . . . . .
Removing the DAT72 Drive Assembly . . . .
Removing and Replacing the Power Supply . . .
Removing and Replacing the Electronic Tray
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Removing and Replacing the Cooling Fan . . . .
Removing and Replacing the Power Switch
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Removing and Replacing the VPD Cable Assembly
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Any performance data contained herein was determined in a controlled
environment. Therefore, the results obtained in other operating environments may
vary significantly. Some measurements may have been made on development-level
systems and there is no guarantee that these measurements will be the same on
generally available systems. Furthermore, some measurement may have been
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Safety and Environmental Notices
Danger Notices
A danger notice calls attention to a situation that is potentially lethal or extremely
hazardous to people.
Caution Notices
A caution notice calls attention to a situation that is potentially hazardous to
people because of some existing condition.
Attention Notices
An attention notice indicates the possibility of damage to a program, device,
system, or data.
Electronic Emission Notices
The following Statement applies to this IBM product. The statement for other IBM
products intended for use with this product will appear in their accompanying
manuals.
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) statement
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a
Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are
designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the
equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates,
uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause
harmful interference, in which case the user will be required to correct the
interference at his own expense.
Properly shielded and grounded cables and connectors must be used in order to
meet FCC emission limits. IBM is not responsible for any radio or television
interference caused by using other than recommended cables and connectors or by
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unauthorized changes or modifications to this equipment. Unauthorized changes
or modifications could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that
may cause undesired operation.
Responsible Party:
International Business Machines Corporation
New Orchard Road
Armonk, NY 10504
Telephone: 1-919-543-2193
Industry Canada Compliance Statement
This Class A digital apparatus meets the requirements of the Canadian
Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations.
Avis de conformité à la réglementation d’Industrie Canada
Cet appareil numérique de la classe A respecte toutes les exigences du Règlement
sur le matériel brouilleur du Canada.
European Community Compliance Statement
This product is in conformity with the protection requirements of EU Council
Directive 89/336/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States
relating to electromagnetic compatibility. IBM cannot accept responsibility for any
failure to satisfy the protection requirements resulting from a non-recommended
modification of the product, including the fitting of non-IBM option cards.
Australia and New Zealand Class A statement
Attention: This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may
cause radio interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate
measures.
VCCI Statement - Japan
The following is a summary of the VCCI Japanese statement in the box above.
This is a Class A product based on the standard of the Voluntary Control Council
for Interference by Information Technology Equipment (VCCI). If this equipment is
used in a domestic environment, radio disturbance may arise. When such trouble
occurs, the user may be required to take corrective actions.
Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) Statement - People’s Republic of China
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Per GB 9254–1998, the user manual for a Class A product must carry the following
warning message (English translation from the Chinese standard) about use in a
residential environment in Chinese (Simplified Chinese):
Declaration: This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product
may cause radio interference in which case the user may need to perform practical
action.
Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) Statement - Taiwan
The following is a summary of the EMI Taiwan statement above.
Warning: This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may
cause radio interference in which case the user will be required to take adequate
measures.
Radio Protection for Germany
Dieses Gerät ist berechtigt in Übereinstimmung mit Dem deutschen EMVG vom
9.Nov.92 das EG–Konformitätszeichen zu führen.
Der Aussteller der Konformitätserklärung ist die IBM Germany.
Dieses Gerät erfüllt die Bedingungen der EN 55022 Klasse A. Für diese von
Geräten gilt folgende Bestimmung nach dem EMVG:
Geräte dürfen an Orten, für die sie nicht ausreichend entstört sind, nur mit
besonderer Genehmigung des Bundesministers für Post und Telekommunikation
oder des Bundesamtes für Post und Telekommunikation betrieben werden. Die
Genehmigung wird erteilt, wenn keine elektromagnetischen Störungen zu erwarten
sind.
(Auszug aus dem EMVG vom 9.Nov.92, Para.3, Abs.4)
Hinweis
Dieses Genehmigungsverfahren ist von der Deutschen Bundespost noch nicht
veröffentlicht worden.
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Product recycling and disposal
This unit must be recycled or discarded according to applicable local and national
regulations. IBM encourages owners of information technology (IT) equipment to
responsibly recycle their equipment when it is no longer needed. IBM offers a
variety of product return programs and services in several countries to assist
equipment owners in recycling their IT products. Information on IBM product
recycling offerings can be found on IBM’s Internet site at http://www.ibm.com/
ibm/environment/products/index.shtml
Esta unidad debe reciclarse o desecharse de acuerdo con lo establecido en la
normativa nacional o local aplicable. IBM recomienda a los propietarios de equipos
de tecnología de la informaci¾n (TI) que reciclen responsablemente sus equipos
cuando éstos ya no les sean ·tiles. IBM dispone de una serie de programas y
servicios de devoluci¾n de productos en varios países, a fin de ayudar a los
propietarios de equipos a reciclar sus productos de TI. Se puede encontrar
informaci¾n sobre las ofertas de reciclado de productos de IBM en el sitio web de
IBM http://www.ibm.com/ibm/environment/products/index.shtml.
Note: This mark applies only to countries within the European Union (EU) and
Norway
Appliances are labeled in accordance with European Directive 2002/96/EC
concerning waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE). The Directive
determines the framework for the return and recycling of used appliances as
applicable throughout the European Union. This label is applied to various
products to indicate that the product is not to be thrown away, but rather
reclaimed upon end of life per this Directive.
Remarque : Cette marque s’applique uniquement aux pays de l’Union Européenne
et à la Norvège.
L’etiquette du système respecte la Directive européenne 2002/96/EC en matière de
Déchets des Equipements Electriques et Electroniques (DEEE), qui détermine les
dispositions de retour et de recyclage applicables aux systèmes utilisés à travers
l’Union européenne. Conformément à la directive, ladite étiquette précise que le
produit sur lequel elle est apposée ne doit pas être jeté mais être récupéré en fin de
vie.
In accordance with the European WEEE Directive, electrical and electronic
equipment (EEE) is to be collected separately and to be reused, recycled, or
recovered at end of life. Users of EEE with the WEEE marking per Annex IV of the
WEEE Directive, as shown above, must not dispose of end of life EEE as unsorted
municipal waste, but use the collection framework available to customers for the
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return, recycling and recovery of WEEE. Customer participation is important to
minimize any potential effects of EEE on the environment and human health due
to the potential presence of hazardous substances in EEE. For proper collection and
treatment, contact your local IBM representative.
Battery return program
This product may contain sealed lead acid, nickel cadmium, nickel metal hydride,
lithium, or lithium ion battery. Consult your user manual or service manual for
specific battery information. The battery must be recycled or disposed of properly.
Recycling facilities may not be available in your area. For information on disposal
of batteries outside the United States, go to http://www.ibm.com/ibm/
environment/products/index.shtml or contact your local waste disposal facility.
In the United States, IBM has established a return process for reuse, recycling, or
proper disposal of used IBM sealed lead acid, nickel cadmium, nickel metal
hydride, and other battery packs from IBM Equipment. For information on proper
disposal of these batteries, contact IBM at 1-800-426-4333. Please have the IBM part
number listed on the battery available prior to your call.
In the United States, IBM has established a return process for reuse, recycling, or
proper disposal of used IBM sealed lead acid, nickel cadmium, nickel metal
hydride, and other battery packs from IBM Equipment. For information on proper
disposal of these batteries, contact IBM at 1-800-426-4333. Please have the IBM part
number listed on the battery available prior to your call.
In Taiwan, the following applies. Please recycle batteries.
For the European Union (EU):
Note: This mark applies only to countries within the European Union (EU).
Batteries or packaging for batteries are labeled in accordance with European
Directive 2006/66/EC concerning batteries and accumulators and waste batteries
and accumulators. The Directive determines the framework for the return and
recycling of used batteries and accumulators as applicable throughout the
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European Union. This label is applied to various batteries to indicate that the
battery is not to be thrown away, but rather reclaimed upon end of life per this
Directive.
Les batteries ou emballages pour batteries sont étiquetés conformément aux
directives européennes 2006/66/EC, norme relative aux batteries et accumulateurs
en usage et aux batteries et accumulateurs usés. Les directives déterminent la
marche à suivre en vigueur dans l’Union Européenne pour le retour et le recyclage
des batteries et accumulateurs usés. Cette étiquette est appliquée sur diverses
batteries pour indiquer que la batterie ne doit pas être mise au rebut mais plutôt
récupérée en fin de cycle de vie selon cette norme.
In accordance with the European Directive 2006/66/EC, batteries and accumulators
are labeled to indicate that they are to be collected separately and recycled at end
of life. The label on the battery may also include a chemical symbol for the metal
concerned in the battery (Pb for lead, Hg for mercury and Cd for cadmium). Users
of batteries and accumulators must not dispose of batteries and accumulators as
unsorted municipal waste, but use the collection framework available to customers
for the return, recycling and treatment of batteries and accumulators. Customer
participation is important to minimize any potential effects of batteries and
accumulators on the environment and human health due to the potential presence
of hazardous substances. For proper collection and treatment, contact your local
IBM representative.
For California:
Perchlorate Material - special handling may apply. See http://www.dtsc.ca.gov/
hazardouswaste/perchlorate.
The foregoing notice is provided in accordance with California Code of
Regulations Title 22, Division 4.5 Chapter 33. Best Management Practices for
Perchlorate Materials. This product, part or both may include a lithium manganese
dioxide battery which contains a perchlorate substance.
IBM Cryptographic Coprocessor Card Return Program
This machine may contain an optional feature, the cryptographic coprocessor card
which includes a polyurethane material that contains mercury. Please follow Local
Ordinances or regulations for disposal of this card. IBM has established a return
program for certain IBM Cryptographic Coprocessor Cards. More information can
be found at: http://www.ibm.com/ibm/environment/products/prp.shtml
Trademarks
The following terms are trademarks of International Business Machines
Corporation in the United States, or other countries, or both:
AIX
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eServer
IBM
pSeries
System p
Other company, product, and service names may be the trademarks or service
marks of others.
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About This Guide
This guide describes how to service the 7214 Model 1U2 Storage Device Enclosure.
It contains the following chapters:
Chapter 1, “General Information,” describes the 7214 Storage Enclosure, gives the
system requirement, discusses cables, and lists hardware specifications.
Chapter 2, “Maintenance Analysis Procedures,” provides the maintenance analysis
procedures (MAPs) required to service the 7214 Model 1U2 Storage Device
Enclosure.
Chapter 3, “Removal and Replacement Procedures,” provides the removal and
replacement procedures required to service the 7214 Model 1U2 Storage Device
Enclosure.
Chapter 4, “Servicing the DAT 72, 4mm Tape Drive,” describes procedures to
follow when a problem is detected with an installed DAT 72 tape drive feature.
Chapter 5, “Servicing the DVD Drives,” describes procedures to follow when a
problem is detected with an installed DVD drive features.
Chapter 6, “Parts Diagram and Parts List,” provides the parts diagram and parts
list required to service the 7214 Model 1U2 Storage Device Enclosure.
Appendix A, “Power Cables,” provides power cable information for different
countries.
Appendix B, “Safety Inspection Procedures,” provides procedures to identify
unsafe conditions when servicing the 7214 Storage Enclosure.
Store this guide with your system manuals.
Note: Service actions involving the removal of the enclosure cover must be
performed by an IBM authorized service representative.
Related Publications
v 7214 Model 1U2 Storage Device Enclosure Setup and Operator Guide, SA23-2302,
provides information about installing and operating the 7214 Storage Enclosure.
v IBM Externally Attached Devices Safety Information SA26-2004, provides
translations of danger and caution notices.
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Chapter 1. General Information
The 7214 Model 1U2 Storage Device Enclosure is an external enclosure that
provides convenient storage expansion capabilities for select IBM eServer, pSeries,
and System p computer systems. The 7214 Storage Enclosure is designed to mount
in 1 EIA Unit (1.75″) of a standard 19-inch rack using the rack mount hardware kit.
The design of the 7214 Storage Enclosure allows for easy customer setup and
installation. The 7214 Storage Enclosure has two bays that can accommodate a
combination of the following storage device features:
v DAT 72, 4mm tape drive (Bay A or B)
v DVD assembly tray (Bay B only)
The DVD assembly tray can contain two of the following in any combination.
– DVD-ROM drive
– DVD-RAM drive
– DVD blank (to be used when only one DVD drive is installed)
v Bay Blank (to be used to cover an empty bay when only one drive is installed in
the 7214 Storage Enclosure)
Figure 1 shows the 7214 Storage Enclosure with a DAT-72 4mm tape drive installed
in Bay A and a DVD assembly with two DVD drives installed in Bay B.
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Figure 1. Front view of the 7214 Storage Enclosure
The 7214 Storage Enclosure has the following components on the front of the unit:
Status Lights
The following status lights are located on the right front of the enclosure:
v The Power-on light 4 is a green LED that is illuminated when the
7214 Storage Enclosure is powered on.
v The Fault light 3 is an amber LED that is illuminated when the 7214
Storage Enclosure requires service.
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Power Switch
The power switch 5 is a push button switch that enables the power to be
turned on or off. Push and release the button to toggle power to the 7214
Storage Enclosure on and off.
Bay A Bay A, 1 on the left front of the 7214 Storage Enclosure (see Figure 1 on
page 1), can accommodate a single tape storage device or a bay blank.
Bay B Bay B, 2 on the right front of the 7214 Storage Enclosure (see Figure 1 on
page 1), can accommodate a single tape storage device, a DVD assembly
tray, or a bay blank.
The rear of the 7214 Storage Enclosure has the following components:
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Figure 2. Rear view of the 7214 Storage Device Enclosure
Power Cable Connector
The 7214 Storage Enclosure receives AC power through a cable connected
to the power cable connector 1.
Power Supply DC Fault Indicator
A power supply DC fault is indicated with this amber LED. 2.
Power Supply AC On Indicator
This green LED 3 indicates the presence of AC power when lit.
Power In Good LED
The Power In Good green LED 4 indicates a +12V/+5V good voltage
level at the ESM card.
All Power Good LED
The All Power Good green LED 5 indicates a +12V/+5V/+3.3V/+2.2V
good voltage level at the ESM card.
ESM Card Fault LED
The ESM Card Fault amber LED 6 indicates an ESM card fault when lit.
SAS Link LED
The SAS Link green LED 7 indicates the SAS connection is in use when
lit.
SAS Cable Connector
The 7214 Storage Enclosure provides a rear mounted SAS Cable connector
8 for attaching the 7214 Storage Enclosure to the SAS host.
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Fan Fault LED
The Fan Fault amber LED 9 indicates a fan fault when lit.
Cooling Fan
The 7214 Storage Enclosure utilizes one internal cooling fan to regulate the
internal temperature of the enclosure. Air exits the 7214 Storage Enclosure
at the cooling fan location (10).
Note: To ensure proper operation, place the 7214 Storage Enclosure so that
the cooling fan exits at the rear of the enclosure and the air inlet
holes at the front of the enclosure have sufficient clearance to ensure
airflow.
System Requirement
The following sections describe the host system requirements for the 7214 Model
1U2 Storage Enclosure:
The 7214 Model 1U2 Storage Device Enclosure requires a host system platform
with an AIX operating system with one of the following (or higher) software levels
installed:
v Release level 5L for POWER V5.3 with the 5300-06 Technology Level and Service
Pack 4
v Release level 5L for POWER V5.3 with the 5300-07 Technology Level
v Release level V6.1 with Service Pack 1
The 7214 Model 1U2 Storage Device Enclosure also supports host systems using
the following Linux operating systems:
v SUSE Enterprise Server 10 SP1 for Power systems (or later,)
Note: Refer to the 7214 Model 1U2 sales pages for current supported software
requirements.
For a list of supported processors and adapters, contact your IBM marketing
representative or business partner.
Ownership Requirements
The 7214 Model 1U2 Storage Enclosure is a precision instrument designed to meet
your highest data storage expectations. In purchasing this product you expect to be
able to configure and use it reliably. IBM strives to deliver to you a product that
meets this expectation. As with all mechanical devices, this product requires more
periodic maintenance and care than the electronics in your computer. To ensure
reliable operation of your enclosure, IBM also requires that it be installed and used
properly. The following list outlines several required actions that become your
responsibility in the ownership of this device, and if followed, can not only
increase its availability, but may positively affect your warranty:
v Install the enclosure in a clean environment
v Use only high-quality, data-grade media
v Ensure that the media is properly handled and stored
v Clean the installed storage devices regularly, as recommended
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Specifications
Table 1. Specifications for the 7214 Model 1U2 Storage Device Enclosure
Physical Specifications
Width
439 mm (17.28 in.)
Depth
733 mm (28.85 in.)
Height
42.9 mm (1.69 in.)
Weight
11.79 kg (26 lb)1
Power Specifications
kVA
0.047 @ 120 V AC
V AC
100 to 125, or 200 to 240
Hertz
50 to 60
Btu Maximum (watts)
205 Btu/hr (60 watts) @ 240 V AC
Power Factor
0.8 to 0.9
Altitude
2135 m (7000 ft)
Performance Specifications
Dependant on device, media type, and configuration.
Recommended Environment
Environmental Factor
Temperature
Relative Humidity
Operating
Non-operating
10 to 35°C
-40 to 65°C
(50 to 95°F)
(-40 to 149°F)
8 to 80% non-condensing
1 to 100% (excluding
rain)
23°C
23°C
(73°F)
(73°F)
(noncondensing)
Maximum Wet Bulb
1
4
Weight with two DAT72, 4mm tape drives installed and no rack slides.
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Media Drive Environment and Use
IBM’s goal is to provide you with a product that you can configure and use
reliably. Removable media drives require specific maintenance and environmental
conditions to operate well over time. Using high quality, data grade media,
handling and storing this media properly, operating the removable media drive in
a clean environment and keeping the removable media drive properly cleaned can
help you to avoid problems with your IBM product.
Media Grades
IBM sells media designed to be used for storage. IBM supports the media that we
sell. If IBM service personnel analysis indicates a problem with non-IBM media it
may be necessary for the customer to replace the media.
Media Handling and Storage
Most media is supplied in a sealed cartridge. It is provided this way so that the
media will remain in a clean environment. Opening the cartridge allows dirt and
airborne particles to enter and then become a source of contamination. The
cartridge should only be opened by the drive and not an operator. The media also
is held under proper tension inside the cartridge. If the cartridge is dropped, this
tension will be relaxed. Inserting a dropped cartridge into a drive can cause
incorrect loading and result in a jam. This will ruin the media and can cause
physical damage if the cartridge is not removed properly.
When the media is stored, it must be replaced in the protective containers and
stored on the end. The storage area must be clean, dry, normal room temperature
and away from any magnetic fields.
Environmental Issues
Removable media drives are designed to operate in a clean environment. Problem
factors are dirt, dust, fibers and airborne particles. Airborne particles are the most
difficult to address. When media is installed in the drive, the clearance between the
heads and the media is measured in microns. Particles can damage the media or
the head if they come in contact with either. Customers are responsible to provide
a clean operating environment for the drive and system.
Drive Cleaning
No matter how clean the environment, debris may build up on the heads of any
drive. Over time, this builds up and causes errors in reading and writing.
Customers are responsible to clean the drive in accordance with the cleaning
information provided with the drive.
IBM only supports the use of IBM cleaning cartridges for IBM drives.
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Hardware Issues
Cables may affect drive performance. IBM cables are designed specifically to keep
the bus as free of noise as possible. Use of non-IBM cables may adversely affect the
device performance. If IBM service personnel analysis indicates a problem with
non-IBM cables, it may be necessary for the customer to replace them with the
appropriate IBM cables.
Microcode Updates
IBM constantly works to provide the best possible products. To make certain that
the drives work their very best, IBM occasionally releases changed microcode for
the drives. When a microcode change is developed, IBM makes it available to you
through the service organization or by electronic delivery.
For System p and pSeries Host Systems
Microcode changes are available from the following IBM Web site:
http://www14.software.ibm.com/webapp/set2/firmware/gjsn
Microcode can be installed by your IBM authorized service personnel or your
system administrator.
Summary
Your drive must be installed in the cleanest possible environment. Additionally,
IBM drives require high quality, data grade media and cleaning on a regular basis.
Media must also be stored and handled properly. Improper use, storage or
handling of drives or media may void your IBM warranty or service agreement
If a drive stops functioning due to a component failure during the drive warranty
or maintenance time, IBM will replace the drive unit. IBM will replace any
defective drive under the terms and conditions of the IBM warranty or service
agreement. It is our objective to work with you to identify the cause of any drive
problems and provide a solution.
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Chapter 2. Maintenance Analysis Procedures for Service
Representatives
DANGER
To prevent a possible electrical shock from touching two surfaces with
different electrical grounds, use one hand, when possible, to connect or
disconnect signal cables. (RSFTD004)
DANGER
An electrical outlet that is not correctly wired could place hazardous voltage
on metal parts of the system or the products that attach to the system. It is the
customer’s responsibility to ensure that the outlet is correctly wired and
grounded to prevent an electrical shock. (RSFTD201)
CAUTION:
Ensure that all rack-mounted units are fastened in the rack frame. Do not extend
or exchange any rack-mounted units when the stabilizer is not installed.
(RSFTC222)
CAUTION:
When the unit is extended, its weight can turn over a rack that is not steady.
Before you pull the unit out of the rack, ensure that a rack stabilizer is attached
to the bottom front of the rack.
Do not pull out more than one unit at a time. The rack can turn over if you pull
out more than one unit at a time. (RSFTC224)
Purpose of the MAPs
Maintenance analysis procedures (MAPs) are used to check the:
Power switch
SAS cables
Configuration
Power cord
Power supply
DVD cable
Drives
Power source
Power distribution cable
Fan
VPD cable
The media drawer includes several LED’s that indicate the presence and source of
a fault, and has the capability to report faults to the operating system. These
should be the primary sources for fault identification. If these prove insufficient
then MAPs should be used, especially to identify faulty cables or cable
connections. If a problem is detected, the procedure isolates the problem to the
failing field replaceable unit (FRU).
For instructions about removing or replacing a FRU, refer to Chapter 3, “Removal
and Replacement Procedures,” on page 19
Note: Service actions involving the removal of the enclosure cover must be
performed by an IBM authorized service representative.
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The following flowchart provides a graphic to be used as a guide to the MAP. For
detailed instructions on how to perform each procedure safely and correctly, refer
to the steps in this chapter.
Flowchart of the MAPs
Step 1
Does the
7214-1U2
power up?
yes
no
no
Step 2
Electrical outlet
OK?
yes
no
Contact service
personnel and
return to Step 1
Step 3
no
Power cable
OK?
Exchange power
yes cable and return
to Step 1
Shut the system down
and power off
Remove cover and
prepare unit
Step 4
Any visual
problem?
no
Replace power
switch and
return to Step 1
no
yes
Fix problem and
return to Step 1
Step 6
Power Supply
OK?
Replace power
supply and
return to Step 1
Replace
fans and
return to Step 1
Step 9
Did drive
complete
POST?
yes
Step 14
Media
OK?
yes
no
Replace media
and return to Step 1
Shut the system down
and power off
yes
Remove cover and
prepare unit
no
Step 15
Any visual
problem?
Shut the system down
and power off
Remove cover and
prepare unit
no
yes
no
yes
Step 10
Any visual
problem?
Step 5
Power Switch
OK?
no
Step 8
Are either of the
fans bad?
no
yes
yes
Step 13
Drives power
up normal?
Fix problem and
return to Step 1
Step 16
External SAS
Cable OK?
no
Replace SAS
cable and
return to Step 1
yes
Fix problem and
return to Step 1
Step 11
no
Power distribution
cable OK?
Replace power
distribution cable and
yes
return to Step 1
Step 12
Drives power
up normal?
yes
no
Replace electronics
tray assembly and
return to Step 1
yes
Step 17
Internal SAS/DVD
cable OK?
yes
no
Replace internal
SAS or DVD cable and
return to Step 1
Step 18
Run Configuration
Manager
Step 19
Run AIX
diagnostics
Pass
Fail
Replace FRU/contact
service personnel
Problem fixed
no
Step 7
LED illuminated?
Replace the
VPD cable and
return to Step 1
Replace failing
drive and
return to Step 1
yes
Proceed to Step 8
RLHSV505-0
Figure 3. Flowchart of the Maintenance Analysis Procedures (MAPs)
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Step 1
DANGER
An electrical outlet that is not correctly wired could place hazardous voltage
on metal parts of the system or the products that attach to the system. It is the
customer’s responsibility to ensure that the outlet is correctly wired and
grounded to prevent an electrical shock. (RSFTD201)
This step verifies whether the power is operating properly.
1. Make sure that the 7214 Storage Enclosure power cable is plugged into an
electrical outlet.
2. Press the Power On button on the 7214 Storage Enclosure.
3. Check the state of the power On light on the front of the 7214 Storage
Enclosure.
Table 2. Status Light States
Power-On
Light Status
Service Action
Off
Repeat Step 1 several times. If the light does not illuminate, then go to
Step 2.
Green
This indicates normal operation. Go to Step 8.
Amber
This indicates a fault requiring further analysis. Go to Step 2.
Step 2
This step tests the voltage at the electrical outlet.
1. Press the 7214 Storage Enclosure power switch to turn off the power.
2. Unplug the 7214 Storage Enclosure power cable from the electrical outlet and
from the 7214 Storage Enclosure.
3. Measure the voltage at the electrical outlet.
Is the voltage from the electrical outlet correct?
NO
Contact your service personnel for further instructions.
YES
Go to Step 3.
Step 3
This step determines whether the external power cable is functional.
Make sure that all of the conductors in the power cable have continuity, and that
there are no short circuits.
Does the power cable have continuity and are there no short circuits?
NO
Replace the power cable, then go to Step 1.
YES
Go to Step 4.
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Step 4
This step performs a visual and physical check in an attempt to fix the problem.
1. Do a controlled system shutdown (refer to the instructions in the 7214 Model
1U2 Storage Device Enclosure Setup and Operator Guide).
2. Ensure that the power to the host is off.
3. Turn off the power to the 7214 Storage Enclosure.
4. Unplug the 7214 Storage Enclosure from the electrical source.
5. Perform the cover removal procedure. Refer to “Removing and Replacing the
Cover” on page 20.
6. Visually inspect all of the internal components in the enclosure. Look for any
signs of wear, damage, contamination, or excessive heat.
7. Physically check each cable connection and ensure all cables are fully seated
and secured.
Are their any signs of damage, wear, or loose cables?
NO
Plug the enclosure into an electrical source and press the power On
switch to determine if the connection inspection fixed the problem.
If the enclosure does not power on, go to Step 5. If the enclosure
powers on and appears to run normally, reassemble the enclosure,
and then return to Step 1.
YES
Replace the damaged component or reseat the cable, reassemble
the enclosure and then return to Step 1.
Step 5
This step checks the Power On/Off switch to determine if this is the source of the
problem.
1. Unplug the 7214 Storage Enclosure from the electrical source.
2. Press the power switch on the enclosure to determine whether it latches in the
On or In position.
3. Unplug the power switch cable from the power supply and test the electrical
continuity of the cable pins, as illustrated in Table 3.
Table 3. Power Switch Cable Pin Continuity
Power button position
Continuity between cable pins 1 and 2
Off (out)
Open Circuit
On (in)
Continuity
Does the power switch latch in the On position and support the continuity as
shown in Table 3?
10
NO
If the power button does not latch in the On position or if the
cable does not have continuity, replace the power switch assembly
(see “Removing and Replacing the Power Switch Assembly” on
page 30), reassemble the enclosure, and then return to Step 1.
YES
Reassemble the power switch assembly and then go to Step 6.
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Step 6
This step checks the power supply voltage levels as the possible source of the
problem.
Note: The illumination of the amber fault LED on the rear of the power supply is
the primary indicator for the need to replace the power supply.
1. Press the power switch to turn off the power to the 7214 Storage Enclosure.
2. Unplug the 7214 Storage Enclosure from the electrical outlet.
3. Disconnect the power supply connector from the internal power distribution
cable.
4. Connect the power cable to both the 7214 Storage Enclosure and to the
electrical outlet.
5. Press the power switch to turn on the power.
6. Ensure the fan is operating on the power supply.
7. On the power supply connector, check the following:
v The +12V signal falls between a minimum of +11.5 volts and a maximum of
+12.6 volts
v The +5V signal falls between a minimum of +4.8 volts and a maximum of
+5.25 volts
Are the voltages good, and is the power supply fan operating?
NO
Replace the power supply (see “Removing and Replacing the
Power Supply” on page 25), reassemble the enclosure, and then
return to Step 1.
YES
Reconnect the power supply to all cables and then go to Step 7.
Step 7
This step checks the VPD cable as the possible source of the problem.
1. Press the power switch on the 7214 Model 1U2 to turn on the power to the
enclosure.
Does the LED on the front of the enclosure illuminate with the power on?
YES
Proceed to Step 8.
NO
Replace the VPD cable (see “Removing and Replacing the VPD
Cable Assembly” on page 31), reassemble the enclosure, and then
return to Step 1.
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Step 8
This step examines the enclosure cooling fan as the possible source of the problem.
Note: The illumination of the amber fan fault LED on the rear of the electronics
tray assembly is the primary indicator for the need to replace the cooling
fan.
1. Press the power switch to turn on the power to the 7214 Storage Enclosure.
2. Observe the cooling fan on the rear of the enclosure. Ensure the fan is blowing
air out of the enclosure and that it is operating at a constant speed, not making
abnormal noises.
Is the fan operating abnormally?
NO
Go to Step 9.
YES
Replace the failing cooling fan (see “Removing and Replacing the
Cooling Fan” on page 29), and then return to Step 1.
Step 9
This step examines the drive as the possible source of the problem.
1. Press the power switch to turn on the power to the 7214 Storage Enclosure.
2. Observe each of the drive status indicator lights during & after POST.
Do the drives power up and complete the Power On Self Test (POST) normally?
NO
If the drives do not power up, go to Step 10. If the drives power
up, but with status lights reporting an error condition follow the
recommended drive service action as appropriate (refer to the
drive descriptive chapters in the 7214 Model 1U2 Storage Device
Enclosure Setup and Operator Guide), and then go to Step 1.
YES
Go to Step 14.
Step 10
This step performs a visual and physical check in an attempt to fix the problem.
1. Do a controlled system shutdown (refer to the instructions in the 7214 Model
1U2 Storage Device Enclosure Setup and Operator Guide).
2. Ensure that the power to the host is off.
3. Turn off the power to the 7214 Storage Enclosure.
4. Unplug the 7214 Storage Enclosure from the electrical source.
5. Perform the cover removal procedure. Refer to “Removing and Replacing the
Cover” on page 20.
6. Visually inspect all of the internal components in the enclosure. Look for any
signs of wear, damage, contamination, or excessive heat.
7. Physically check each cable connection and ensure all cables are fully seated
and secured.
Are their any signs of damage, wear, or loose cables?
NO
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Plug the enclosure into an electrical source and press the power On
switch to determine if the connection inspection fixed the problem.
If the enclosure does not power up normally, go to Step 11. If the
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enclosure powers on and appears to run normally, reassemble the
enclosure, and then return to Step 1.
YES
Replace the damaged component or reseat the cable, reassemble
the enclosure and then return to Step 1.
Step 11
This step checks the power distribution cable as the possible source of the problem.
1. Press the power switch to turn off the power to the 7214 Storage Enclosure.
2. Disconnect the power distribution cable from the electronics tray assembly.
3. Connect the power cable to both the 7214 Storage Enclosure and to the
electrical outlet.
4. Press the power switch to turn on the power.
5. On each of the two device power distribution cable connectors (see Figure 4),
check the following:
v The +12V signal falls between a minimum of +11.5 volts and a maximum of
+12.6 volts
v The +5V signal falls between a minimum of +4.8 volts and a maximum of
+5.25 volts
Figure 4. Device Power Cable Connector
Are the voltages good at each connector?
NO
Replace the power distribution cable reassemble the enclosure, and
then return to Step 1.
YES
Reattach the power cables to the devices and then go to Step 12.
Step 12
This step examines the electronics tray assembly as the possible source of the
problem.
Observe the amber card fault LED on the rear of the electronics tray assembly.
Is the amber card fault LED illuminated on the rear of the electronics tray
assembly?
NO
Go to Step 13.
YES
Replace the electronics tray assembly, and then return to Step 1.
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Step 13
This step examines the drives as the possible source of the problem.
1. Press the power switch to turn off the power to the 7214 Storage Enclosure.
2. Disconnect the cable from the drive in Bay A.
3. Press the power switch to turn on the power.
Does the drive in Bay B power up and complete the Power On Self Test (POST)
normally?
NO
Turn off the power, reconnect the cable to the drive in Bay A, and
then disconnect the cable from the back of the drive in Bay B. If
the drive in Bay A then powers on normally, replace the drive in
Bay B and then return to Step 1. If not, go to Step 16.
YES
Replace the drive in Bay A and then return to Step 1.
Step 14
This step checks whether the media is the source of the problem.
1. Press the media unload button on the drive (refer to the drive descriptive
chapters in the 7214 Model 1U2 Storage Device Enclosure Setup and Operator
Guide).
2. Remove the used media. If the media fails to unload, refer to drive specific
chapters in this manual for manual media unload procedures.
3. Power the 7214 Storage Enclosure off and then back on. Insert new media and
then power the 7214 Storage Enclosure off and then back on.
Do the installed drives power up and complete the POST normally?
NO
If the drives do not power up, go to Step 11. If the drives power
up, but with status lights reporting an error condition, follow the
recommended drive service action (refer to the drive descriptive
chapters in the 7214 Model 1U2 Storage Device Enclosure Setup and
Operator Guide), and then go to Step 1.
YES
Discard the used media and then go to Step 15.
Step 15
This step performs a visual and physical check in an attempt to fix the problem.
1. Do a controlled system shutdown (refer to the instructions in the 7214 Model
1U2 Storage Device Enclosure Setup and Operator Guide).
2. Ensure that the power to the host is off.
3. Turn off the power to the 7214 Storage Enclosure.
4. Unplug the 7214 Storage Enclosure from the electrical source.
5. Perform the cover removal procedure. Refer to “Removing and Replacing the
Cover” on page 20.
6. Visually inspect all of the internal components in the enclosure. Look for any
signs of wear, damage, contamination, or excessive heat.
7. Physically check each cable connection and ensure all cables are fully seated
and secured.
8. Ensure that the cables are connected correctly for the desired configuration.
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Are their any signs of damage, wear, or loose cables?
NO
Plug the enclosure into an electrical source and press the power On
switch to determine if the connection inspection fixed the problem.
If the enclosure does not power up normally, go to Step 16. If the
enclosure powers on and appears to run normally, reassemble the
enclosure, and then return to Step 1.
YES
Replace the damaged component or reseat the cable, reassemble
the enclosure and then return to Step 1.
Step 16
This step checks that the external SAS cable is plugged into the device correctly.
Perform a visual check of the external SAS cable. is the cable plugged securely
and is the cable in good condition?
NO
Replace or reseat the cable, if necessary, and then return to Step 1.
YES
Go to Step 17.
Step 17
This step determines whether the internal SAS or DVD cable is the source of the
problem.
1. Press the power switch to turn off the power to the 7214 Storage Enclosure.
2. Disconnect the internal SAS or DVD cable from the media devices.
3. Inspect the SAS or DVD cable and connectors for signs of damage, such as bent
pins or damaged wires.
Is the internal SAS or DVD cable in good condition?
NO
Replace the internal SAS or DVD cable (see “Removing and
Replacing the Internal SAS Cable” on page 32), reassemble the
enclosure, and then return to Step 1.
YES
Reassemble the enclosure, and then go to Step 18.
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Step 18
This step verifies that the 7214 Storage Enclosure has been properly configured to
the host system.
Check the configuration of the 7214 Storage Enclosure to the host system software
by doing the following:
1. Log into the host system (AIX operating system).
Note: You must have root authority to install or remove the 7214 Storage
Enclosure from the system. To obtain root authority, see your system
administrator.
2. To see the installed SAS device status, at the system prompt, type
lsdev -Cs sas
and press Enter. The command lists all of the SAS devices that are connected to
the host system. Figure 5 shows an example of the screen that displays. The
screen lists:
1
2
rmt0
rmt1
rmt2
ses1
3
4
Device name
Device Status
Available
Available
Available
Available
03-08-00
03-08-00
03-08-00
03-08-00
SAS
SAS
SAS
SAS
System address
Description of the device
4mm Tape Drive
4mm Tape Drive
4mm Tape Drive
Enclosure Services Device
RLHSO511-0
Figure 5. Screen Display of SAS Devices Attached to the host system
3. To see the installed SATA device status, at the system prompt, type
lsdev -Cs sata
and press Enter. The command lists all of the SATA devices that are connected
to the host system. Figure 6 shows an example of the screen that displays. The
screen lists:
1
2
cd0
cd1
Device name
Device Status
Available
Available
03-08-00
03-08-00
3
4
System address
Description of the device
SATA DVD-ROM Drive
SATA DVD-RAM Drive
RLHSO512-0
Figure 6. Screen Display of SATA Devices Attached to the host system
4. From the list of devices, identify the 7214 Storage Enclosure drive features.
These are listed as:
v SAS 4mm Tape Drive
v SATA DVD-RAM Drive
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v SATA DVD-ROM Drive
If the status of the 7214 Storage Enclosure drive feature is displayed as
Available, the device has successfully been configured. If the status is not
displayed as Available, refer to your host system manuals.
Is the 7214 Storage Enclosure properly configured to the host system?
NO
Go to Step 19.
YES
Go to Step 19 to verify that the problem is fixed
Step 19
This step runs the AIX diagnostics to determine the problem or to verify a fix.
1. Press the power switch to turn on the power.
2. Press the load/unload button to eject any media currently loaded in the
devices.
3. Obtain the appropriate test media for the device. Inspect the test media for
damage and debris. If the quality of the test media is questionable, replace it
with new test media.
4. Load the test media into the drive.
Note: For the preceding step, use only the test media; do not substitute with
other media.
5. Run the diagnostics on the 7214 Storage Enclosure. For instructions, refer to
your AIX manuals.
Do all of the diagnostic routines pass?
NO
Exchange the FRU isolated by the diagnostics and identified by the
service request number.
Note: If the drive is the FRU that is isolated by the diagnostics,
check that the connectors are properly seated. If the drive
has recently been replaced because of a similar problem,
contact your service personnel.
YES
The problem is fixed.
This completes the MAPs for RS/6000 or pSeries host systems.
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Chapter 3. Removal and Replacement Procedures
This chapter describes the procedures to follow when removing and replacing the
7214 Storage Enclosure field replaceable units (FRUs).
Note: Service actions involving the removal of the enclosure cover must be
performed by an IBM authorized service representative.
DANGER
To prevent a possible electrical shock from touching two surfaces with
different electrical grounds, use one hand, when possible, to connect or
disconnect signal cables. (RSFTD004)
DANGER
To prevent a possible electrical shock when adding or removing any devices
to or from the system, ensure that the power cords for those devices are
unplugged before the signal cables are connected or disconnected. If possible,
disconnect all power cords from the existing system before you add or
remove a device. (RSFTD203)
Laser Safety Information
CAUTION:
This product may contain a CD-ROM which is a class 1 laser product.
(RSFTC240)
Attention: The 7214 Storage Enclosure is a precision device that requires
reasonable care in handling to prevent data loss or permanent damage to the
device. Avoid bumping or dropping the 7214 Storage Enclosure or device features.
Ensure all media is removed from the device before the drive is moved.
Handling Static-Sensitive Devices
Attention: Electronic assemblies are sensitive to static electricity discharge. When
handling an electronic component, wrap it an antistatic bag to prevent damage.
Take the following precautions:
v Do not remove the electronic component from the antistatic bag until you are
ready to install it.
v With the component still in its antistatic bag, touch it to the metal frame of an
electrically grounded surface.
v Hold the component by the frame. Avoid touching the solder joints or pins.
v Handle the component carefully to prevent permanent damage.
Safety Considerations
When the 7214 Storage Enclosure is installed in a rack system, special care should
be taken to ensure a safe work environment is maintained. The following
information should be considered when working with a rack-installed enclosure:
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Consideration should be given to the connection of the equipment to the supply
circuit, so that overloading of circuits does not compromise the rack supply wiring
or over-current protection. To provide the correct power connection to the rack,
refer to the rating labels located on the equipment installed the rack to determine
the total power requirement for the supply circuit.
Do not install this unit in a rack where the internal rack ambient temperatures will
exceed 40 degrees Celsius.
Do not install this unit in a rack where the air flow is compromised.
To ensure proper cooling, place the unit so that the cooling fan exits at the rear of
the unit and the air inlet holes at the front of the unit have sufficient clearance to
ensure airflow.
DANGER
An electrical outlet that is not correctly wired could place hazardous voltage
on metal parts of the system or the products that attach to the system. It is the
customer’s responsibility to ensure that the outlet is correctly wired and
grounded to prevent an electrical shock. (RSFTD201)
CAUTION:
Ensure that all rack-mounted units are fastened in the rack frame. Do not extend
or exchange any rack-mounted units when the stabilizer is not installed.
(RSFTC222)
CAUTION:
When the unit is extended, its weight can turn over a rack that is not steady.
Before you pull the unit out of the rack, ensure that a rack stabilizer is attached
to the bottom front of the rack.
Do not pull out more than one unit at a time. The rack can turn over if you pull
out more than one unit at a time. (RSFTC224)
Removing and Replacing the Cover
Attention: This procedure is intended to be performed only by an IBM
authorized service representative.
Use the following procedure to prepare the 7214 Storage Enclosure for removal or
installation of a storage device.
Note: Before performing this procedure, ensure that there is no activity on the SAS
cable or operations being performed by the installed devices. Turning off the
7214 Storage Enclosure during activity on the bus could result in loss of
data.
1. Remove any media from the installed devices.
2. Turn off the power to the 7214 Storage Enclosure.
3. Remove the 7214 Storage Enclosure from the host system configuration (follow
the procedure in the 7214 Model 1U2 Storage Device Enclosure Setup and Operator
Guide).
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DANGER
To prevent a possible electrical shock when installing the device, ensure that
the power cord for that device is unplugged before installing signal cables.
(RSFTD204)
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Unplug the 7214 Storage Enclosure power cable from the electrical outlet.
Disconnect the power cable from the 7214 Storage Enclosure.
Disconnect the SAS (signal) cable from the 7214 Storage Enclosure.
Place the 7214 Storage Enclosure on a flat work surface.
Remove the three screws on the back 1 (using a T-10 torx driver) that secure
the top cover of the enclosure to the chassis. Slide the cover to the rear and
then lift back and away to remove it. Set the cover and screws aside for
replacement later.
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Figure 7. Removing the Cover Screws
To install the cover, reverse this procedure.
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Removing a Storage Device from the Enclosure
Use the following procedures to remove installed devices from the 7214 Storage
Enclosure:
Removing a DVD Drive from the DVD Assembly
1. Determine which DVD Drive will be removed.
2. Push the latch (see 1 in Figure 8) up toward the DVD Drive.
3. Pull the drive and latch assembly partially out of the enclosure using the latch
as a handle.
4. Grasp the drive 2 and slide it out of the DVD assembly.
5. Place the drive on an ESD protected work surface.
2
1
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Figure 8. Removing a DVD Drive
6. Repeat these steps to remove a second DVD drive or, if installed, a filler panel.
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Removing a DVD Assembly Tray
Attention: This procedure is intended to be performed only by an IBM
authorized service representative.
1. Push the latch (see 1 in Figure 9) towards the assembly.
2. Pull the DVD assembly partially out of the enclosure using the latch as a
handle.
3. Grasp the DVD assembly 2 and pull it out of the enclosure.
4. Disconnect the DVD cable 3 by squeezing the metal release tab on the cable.
5. Place the drive assembly on an ESD protected work surface.
3
2
1
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Figure 9. Removing the DVD Drive Assembly
6. Remove the latch from the DVD assembly.
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Removing the DAT72 Drive Assembly
1. Push the latch (see 1 in Figure 10) towards the drive assembly.
2. Pull the DAT72 drive and latch assembly partially out of the enclosure using
the latch as a handle.
3. Grasp the DAT72 assembly 2 and pull it out of the enclosure.
4. Disconnect the SAS cable 3 by squeezing the metal release tab on the cable.
5. Place the drive assembly on an ESD protected work surface.
3
1
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Figure 10. Removing the DAT72 Drive Assembly
6. Remove the latch from the tape drive assembly.
This completes the device removal procedure. Reverse this procedure to install a
new device in the open bay.
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Removing and Replacing the Power Supply
To
1.
2.
3.
remove the power supply from the 7214 Storage Enclosure:
Turn off the power to the 7214 Storage Enclosure.
Gain access to the rear of the 7214 Storage Enclosure.
Disconnect the ac power cord 1 from the power supply, at the rear of the
7214 Storage Enclosure.
4. Using the fastener knobs 2, pull the power supply 3 straight out of the
system, supporting the bottom while you do this.
Note: The fastener knobs need to be squeezed out through the holes in the
chassis assembly to release the power supply. As the plunger part of the
fastener knobs are pulled out from the locked position, the grommets
will release from the enclosure, allowing the removal of the power
supply assembly.
5. Disconnect the power switch and power distribution cable connectors from the
internal end of the power supply.
6. Lift the power supply out and away from the enclosure.
DANGER
Do not attempt to open the covers of the power supply. Power supplies are
not serviceable and are to be replaced as a unit. (RSFTD217)
3
1
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Figure 11. Removing and Replacing the Power Supply
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To replace the power supply, reverse the removal procedure. Make sure to:
1. Connect the power switch and power distribution cable connectors into the
internal end of the power supply.
2. Carefully insert and slide the power supply straight into the system.
3. Push the fastener knobs into the holes in the chassis assembly. Ensure that the
grommets are engaged in the enclosure before pushing the plungers into the
locked position.
4. Connect the ac power cord into the power supply.
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Removing and Replacing the Electronic Tray Assembly
Attention: This procedure is intended to be performed only by an IBM
authorized service representative.
To remove the electronic tray assembly from the 7214 Storage Enclosure:
1. Turn off the power to the 7214 Storage Enclosure.
2. Gain access to the rear of the 7214 Storage Enclosure.
3. Disconnect the ac power cord from the power supply, at the rear of the 7214
Storage Enclosure.
4. Disconnect the SAS cable from the external connection 1 of the electronic
tray assembly.
5. Push the latch (see 2 in Figure 12) towards the electronic tray assembly.
6. Pull the electronic tray and latch assembly partially out of the enclosure using
the latch as a handle.
7. Grasp the electronic tray assembly and pull it out of the enclosure.
8. Disconnect the power supply cable from the ESM card.
9. Disconnect the VPD control cable from the ESM card.
10. Disconnect the internal SAS or DVD cables to any installed devices from the
ESM card.
11. Lift the electronic tray assembly out and away from the enclosure.
1
2
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Figure 12. Removing and Replacing the Electronic Tray Assembly
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To replace the electronic tray assembly, reverse the removal procedure. Make sure
to:
1. Connect the power supply cable and internal SAS or DVD cables to any
installed devices to the ESM card.
2. Carefully insert and slide the electronic tray assembly straight into the system.
3. Connect the external SAS cable the electronic tray assembly.
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Removing and Replacing the Cooling Fan
To remove the cooling fan:
1. Perform the electronic tray assembly removal procedure. Refer to “Removing
and Replacing the Electronic Tray Assembly” on page 27.
2. Disconnect the fan cable 1 from the ESM card connector.
3. Firmly grasp the fan 3 and pull the four blue mounting grommets 2 out of
the grooves in the fan tray.
4. Lift the fan out of the assembly.
2
3
1
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Figure 13. Removing the Cooling Fan
To replace the cooling fan, reverse this procedure. Make sure that the cooling fan is
oriented so that air blows out of the 7214 Storage Enclosure.
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Removing and Replacing the Power Switch Assembly
Attention: This procedure is intended to be performed only by an IBM
authorized service representative.
Use the following steps to remove the power switch assembly:
1. Perform the cover removal procedure. Refer to “Removing and Replacing the
Cover” on page 20.
2. Disconnect the VPD cable from the VPD card/bracket assembly connector 1.
3. Remove the two screws attaching the VPD assembly to the chassis, using a T-10
torx driver, and remove the assembly from the chassis.
4. Disconnect the power switch cable 2 from the power supply.
5. Disconnect the power switch cable from the assembly by pinching the plastic
tabs 4 on either side of the inner button assembly and pushing the power
switch out through the front of the bracket.
6. Guide the power switch cable assembly out through the bracket opening 3.
4
2
4
3
1
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Figure 14. Removing the Power Switch Cable Assembly
To replace the power switch cable assembly, reverse this procedure.
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Note: When installing the VPD bracket/card, ensure that the LEDs are correctly
aligned into the holes on the front of the enclosure chassis.
Attention: The VPD card/bracket is not a field replaceable unit as it contains
serial number data that matches the labels on the chassis.
Removing and Replacing the VPD Cable Assembly
Attention: This procedure is intended to be performed only by an IBM
authorized service representative.
Use the following steps to remove the VPD cable assembly:
1. Perform the cover removal procedure. Refer to “Removing and Replacing the
Cover” on page 20.
2. Disconnect the VPD cable 3 in Figure 15 on page 32 from the ESM card.
Note: Make note of the connector location on the ESM card to ensure correct
placement of the new VPD cable.
3. Disconnect the VPD cable from the VPD control card, at the front of the
enclosure, and remove the cable.
To replace the VPD cable assembly, reverse this procedure.
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Removing and Replacing the Internal SAS Cable
Attention: This procedure is intended to be performed only by an IBM
authorized service representative.
Use the following steps to remove the SAS cable:
1. Perform the cover removal procedure. Refer to “Removing and Replacing the
Cover” on page 20.
2. Disconnect the SAS cable connector from the rear of the applicable drive.
3. Disconnect the SAS cable connectors from the ESM card and remove the cable.
Notes:
a. Make note of the connector locations on the ESM card to ensure correct
placement of the new SAS cable.
b. The SAS internal cables 1 and 2 in Figure 15 are a single cable with an
integrated SAS and power connector at the tape drive and separate SAS and
power connectors at the ESM card.
c. When two tape drives are installed in the enclosure, ensure that the internal
SAS cables are routed to the correct ESM card connectors. This ensures that
the host system identifies each drive correctly. Do not cross the internal SAS
cables.
Note: Make note of the connector locations on the ESM card to ensure correct
placement of the new SAS cable.
Tape
Tape
1
2
Power
Supply
EMS
Card
3
Fan
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Figure 15. Removing and Replacing the Internal SAS Cables
To replace the internal SAS cable, reverse this procedure.
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Removing and Replacing the DVD Cable
Attention: This procedure is intended to be performed only by an IBM
authorized service representative.
Use the following steps to remove the DVD cable:
1. Perform the cover removal procedure. Refer to “Removing and Replacing the
Cover” on page 20.
2. Disconnect the DVD cable connector from the rear of the DVD assembly.
3. Disconnect the DVD cable connector from the ESM card and remove the cable.
Notes:
a. Make note of the connector locations on the ESM card to ensure correct
placement of the new SAS cable.
b. The SAS internal cables are a single cable with an integrated SAS and
power connector at the tape drive and separate SAS and power connectors
at the ESM card.
c. Ensure that the DVD cable 2 in Figure 16 and internal SAS cable are
routed to the correct ESM card connectors. This ensures that the host system
identifies each drive correctly. Do not cross the internal cables.
DVD
Tape
1
2
Power
Supply
EMS
Card
3
Fan
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Figure 16. Removing and Replacing the Internal DVD Cable
To replace the DVD cable, reverse this procedure.
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Chapter 4. Servicing the DAT 72, 4mm Tape Drive
This chapter describes procedures to follow when a problem is detected with an
installed DAT 72 tape drive feature. For additional information about the status
lights, operating features, and rear connections on the DAT 72 tape drive feature,
refer to Chapter 8 in the 7214 Model 1U2 Storage Device Enclosure Setup and Operator
Guide
Before using or servicing any FRU, let it acclimate to the operating environment
for as long as it has been away from the environment or for 24 hours, whichever is
less.
Handling Static-Sensitive Devices
Attention: Storage devices drives are sensitive to static electricity discharge. To
prevent damage, when handling a storage device drive wrap it in an antistatic bag.
Take the following precautions:
v Do not remove the drive from its antistatic bag until you are ready to install it.
v With the drive still in its antistatic bag, touch it to the metal frame of an
electrically grounded surface.
v Hold the drive by the frame. Avoid touching the solder joints or pins.
v Handle the drive carefully to prevent permanent damage.
Manually Removing a Tape Cartridge
Attention: The procedure for manually removing a tape cartridge could damage
your tape cartridge, the tape drive , or both. Use this procedure only after you
have:
1. Turned the power to the 7214 Storage Enclosure off and on again to clear
potential hang conditions.
2. If available, issued the Unload command from your system command menu.
3. Disconnected the 7214 Storage Enclosure from the system, and turned the
power to the 7214 Storage Enclosure on and off again several times.
4. Attempted an emergency eject of the cartridge by pressing and holding the
unload button for at least five seconds.
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The following procedure describes how to manually remove a data cartridge from
the tape drive. If this procedure is performed, replace the drive, discard the used
media, and use new media.
1. Remove the drive from the 7214 Storage Enclosure (see “Removing a Storage
Device from the Enclosure” on page 22).
2. Remove the mounting rails by removing the four screws (1 in Figure 17) near
the lower edge of the drive (two on each side). Access the screws through holes
in the side of each rail.
3. Remove the front bezel (the bezel snaps on) by doing the following:
a. Use a small screwdriver to depress one of the bezel tabs 2.
b. Pull the bezel down from the top.
c. Lift the bezel off the bottom locating tabs.
d. Remove the bezel from the unit.
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Figure 17. Removing the Mounting Rails from the Drive
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4. Remove the top lid of the drive mechanism (4 screws 3).
5. Insert a 1.5 mm hexagonal key or a small Phillips screwdriver into the aperture
on the right side of the drive looking from rear. This gives you access to the
motor worm wheel, as shown in Figure 18. Turn the hexagonal key or small
screwdriver counter-clockwise to release the cartridge.
Note: This may take more than 1000 turns
Figure 18. Turning the Motor Worm Wheel to Release the Cartridge
6. Reassemble the drive in reverse order.
7. Replace the drive and media.
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Chapter 5. Servicing the DVD Drive
This chapter describes procedures to follow when a problem is detected with an
installed DVD drive feature. For additional information about the status lights,
operating features, and rear connections on the DVD drive feature, refer to Chapter
9 in the 7214 Model 1U2 Storage Device Enclosure Setup and Operator Guide
Before using or servicing any FRU, let it acclimate to the operating environment
for as long as it has been away from the environment or for 24 hours, whichever is
less.
Handling Static-Sensitive Devices
Attention: Storage devices drives are sensitive to static electricity discharge. To
prevent damage, when handling a storage device drive wrap it in an antistatic bag.
Take the following precautions:
v Do not remove the drive from its antistatic bag until you are ready to install it.
v With the drive still in its antistatic bag, touch it to the metal frame of an
electrically grounded surface.
v Hold the drive by the frame. Avoid touching the solder joints or pins.
v Handle the drive carefully to prevent permanent damage.
Manually Removing a DVD Disc from the Drive
If a power failure or a DVD-RAM drive failure prevents the DVD disc tray from
ejecting, the disc can be removed manually.
To manually remove the DVD disc:
1. Turn off the power to the 7214 Storage Enclosure.
2. Perform the DVD drive removal procedure (see “Removing a DVD Drive from
the DVD Assembly” on page 22).
3. Gently pull out the disc tray and remove the disc.
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Chapter 6. Parts Diagram and Parts List
This chapter provides the parts diagram and parts list required to service the 7214
Model 1U2 Storage Device Enclosure.
How To Use This Parts List
AR
(As Required) in the Units column indicates that the quantity is not the
same for all machines.
NP
(Non-Procurable) in the Part Number column indicates that the part is
non-procurable and that the individual parts or the next higher assembly
should be ordered.
NR
(Not Recommended) in the Units column indicates that the part is
procurable but not recommended for field replacement, and that the next
higher assembly should be ordered.
00
00 in the Asm- Index column indicates that the part is either not shown or
not referenced in the illustration.
R
(Restricted) in the Units column indicates that the part has a restricted
availability.
Indent
The indenture is marked by a series of dots located before the parts
description. The indenture indicates the relationship of a part to the next
higher assembly. For example:
Indent
Relationship of Parts
(No dot)
MAIN ASSEMBLY
(One dot)
v Detail or sub assembly parts of a main assembly
(Two dots)
v v Detailor sub assembly part of a one-dot sub assembly
(Three dots)
v v v Detail part of a two-dot sub assembly
Example of Parts Listing
Asm-
Part Number
Units
Description
Index
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2512667
2513714
1
1
-1
-2
-3
-4
-5
-6
-7
5373637
5356429
1847630
1847602
5373639
NP
0416629
1
2
1
NR
AR
1
R
Cover Asm, Rear, Red
Cover Asm, Rear, White
For Next Higher Asm, see Assembly 1-2.
vSeal, Top
vClip, Retaining
vFinger Stock Asm
vvChannel, Finger Stock
vSeal, Bottom
vCover, Rear, Without Paint
vScrew, Panel
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3
4
6
7
8
21
21
20
9
10
2
11
1
18
3
19
5
12
13
17
16
3
15
14
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Assembly 1: (continued)
Asm–
Index
Part
Number
1–1
–2
–3
–4
–5
–6
–7
–8
–9
–10
–11
–12
–13
–13
–13
–13
–14
–15
–16
–17
–18
–19
–20
–21
–00
–00
–00
–00
–00
–00
–00
–00
–00
–00
–00
–00
–00
–00
–00
–00
NP
95P4033
95P4107
95P4036
95P4064
95P4066
95P3651
95P4068
95P4048
95P4035
95P4049
95P4096
39J5772
42R7970
42R5293
39J5774
95P4106
95P4044
23R2530
95P4084
95P4093
12R7413
39J3368
66F1283
NP
44E4974
93X2184
95P4095
95P4101
26K8023
26K8024
95P4056
95P4055
95P4058
42R8118
42R8120
21F8763
59H4457
53P2519
18P8166
Units Description
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
1
NP
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
Chassis
Cover
Tray latch
Electronics tray assembly
VPD bracket/card assembly
Cooling fan
Power supply FRU
Power distribution cable
VPD cable
Power switch assembly
DVD internal cable
DVD blank
DVD-RAM FRU
DVD-RAM FRU
DVD-ROM FRU
DVD-ROM FRU
DVD latch assembly
DVD tray assembly
DAT 72 SAS drive FRU
SAS cable
Tape drive blank
LED label
Screw, M3x6mm Flat head, T-10
Screw, M3x6mm Pan head, T-10
S/N label, black
Label, IBM logo
Tamperproof label
MT/M SN Logo
Label, UL agency
Rail assembly, left
Rail assembly, right
Rail end cap, left
Rail end cap, right
Rack mount thumb screw
SAS 4x AE Cable, 3m
SAS 4x AE Cable, 6m
4mm cleaning cartridge
4mm test cartridge
Test DVD-ROM disc
Test DVD-RAM disc
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Appendix A. Power Cables
To avoid electrical shock, a power cable with a grounded attachment plug has been
provided. Use only properly grounded outlets.
Power cables used in the United States and Canada are listed by Underwriter’s
Laboratories (UL) and certified by the Canadian Standards Association (CSA). The
power cables consist of:
v Electrical cables, type SVT or SJT.
v Attachment plugs complying with National Electrical Manufacturers Association
(NEMA) 5-15P, that is:
“For 115 V operation use a UL Listed Cable Set consisting of a minimum 18
AWG, Type SVT or SJT three conductor cable a maximum of 15 feet in length
and a parallel blade, grounding type attachment plug rated at 15 A, 125 V.”
“For 230 V operation in the United States use a UL Listed Cable Set consisting of
a minimum 18 AWG, Type SVT or SJT three conductor cable a maximum of 15
feet in length, and a tandem blade, grounding type attachment plug rated at 15
A, 250 V.”
v Appliance couplers complying with International Electrotechnical Commission
(IEC) Standard 320, Sheet C13.
Power cables used in other countries consist of:
v Electrical cables, type HD21.
v Attachment plugs approved by the appropriate testing organization for the
specific countries where they are used.
“For units set at 230 V (outside of U. S.): Use a Cable Set consisting of a
minimum 18 AWG cable and grounding type attachment plug rated 15 A, 250 V.
The Cable Set should have the appropriate safety approvals for the country in
which the equipment is to be installed and marked 'HAR'.”
Table 4 lists the power cable part number, the country where the power cable can
be used, and an index number to be matched with the receptacles shown in
Figure 19 on page 46. If your power cable does not match this information, contact
your local dealer.
Table 4. Power Cable Information
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Part Number
Country or Region
Index
39M5095 Japan
Bahamas, Barbados, Bolivia, Brazil, Canada, Costa
Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador,
Guatemala, Guyana, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica,
Japan, Netherlands Antilles, Panama, Peru,
Philippines, Taiwan, Thailand, Tobago, Trinidad,
U.S.A. (except Chicago), Venezuela
1
39M5081 US/Canada
Bahamas, Barbados, Bermuda, Bolivia, Brazil,
Canada, Cayman Islands, Colombia, Costa Rica,
Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador,
Guatemala, Guyana, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica,
Japan, Korea (South), Mexico, Netherlands
Antilles, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru, Philippines,
Puerto Rico, Saudi Arabia, Suriname, Taiwan,
Trinidad, U.S.A. (except Chicago), Venezuela
2
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Table 4. Power Cable Information (continued)
Part Number
Country or Region
39M5080 6 ft Chicago
Chicago, U.S.A.
2
39M5102 Australia
Australia, New Zealand, Uruguay
3
39M5123 France
Abu Dhabi, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Botswana,
Egypt, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Iceland,
Indonesia, Korea (South), Lebanon, Luxembourg,
Macau, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Saudi
Arabia, Spain, Sudan, Sweden, Turkey, Yugoslavia
4
39M5130 Denmark
Denmark
5
39M5144 South Africa
Bangladesh, Burma, Pakistan, South Africa, Sri
Lanka
6
39M5151 United
Kingdom
Bahrain, Bermuda, Brunei, Channel Islands,
Cyprus, Ghana, Hong Kong, India, Iraq, Ireland,
Jordan, Kenya, Kuwait, Malawi, Malaysia,
Nigeria, Oman, People’s Republic of China, Qatar,
Sierra Leone, Singapore, Tanzania, Uganda,
United Arab Emirates (Dubai), United Kingdom,
Zambia
7
39M5158 Switzerland
Liechtenstein, Switzerland
8
39M5165 Italy
Chile, Ethiopia, Italy
9
39M5172 Israel
Israel
10
39M5068 Colombia
Colombia, Paraguay, Argentina
11
39M5206 China
China (PRC)
39M5247 Taiwan
Taiwan
1
2
5
6
9
3
7
10
Index
4
8
11
26415-00
Figure 19. Types of Receptacles
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Appendix B. Safety Inspection Procedures
DANGER
To prevent a possible electrical shock from touching two surfaces with
different electrical grounds, use one hand, when possible, to connect or
disconnect signal cables. (RSFTD004)
DANGER
An electrical outlet that is not correctly wired could place hazardous voltage
on metal parts of the system or the products that attach to the system. It is the
customer’s responsibility to ensure that the outlet is correctly wired and
grounded to prevent an electrical shock. (RSFTD201)
DANGER
To prevent a possible electrical shock when adding or removing any devices
to or from the system, ensure that the power cords for those devices are
unplugged before the signal cables are connected or disconnected. If possible,
disconnect all power cords from the existing system before you add or
remove a device. (RSFTD203)
Use the following procedures to identify unsafe conditions. Be cautious of potential
safety hazards not covered by the procedures. If unsafe conditions are present,
determine how serious the hazards are and whether you should continue before
correcting the problem.
Figure 20 shows the components to review during the service inspection.
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Figure 20. Performing the Safety Inspection
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Perform the following safety checks.
1. Do a controlled system shutdown. Refer to the instructions in the 7214 Model
1U2 Storage Device Enclosure Setup and Operator Guide.
2. Turn off the power to all external devices connected to the system unit.
3. Turn off the power to the 7214 Storage Enclosure(1 in Figure 20 on page 47).
4. Turn off the power to the system unit 2.
DANGER
An electrical outlet that is not correctly wired could place hazardous voltage
on metal parts of the system or the products that attach to the system. It is the
customer’s responsibility to ensure that the outlet is correctly wired and
grounded to prevent an electrical shock. (RSFTD201)
5. Unplug the 7214 Storage Enclosure external power cable from the electrical
outlet.
6. Unplug the system unit power cable from the electrical outlet.
7. Check the 7214 Storage Enclosure external power cable for damage.
DANGER
To prevent a possible electrical shock from touching two surfaces with
different electrical grounds, use one hand, when possible, to connect or
disconnect signal cables. (RSFTD004)
DANGER
To prevent a possible electrical shock when adding or removing any devices
to or from the system, ensure that the power cords for those devices are
unplugged before the signal cables are connected or disconnected. If possible,
disconnect all power cords from the existing system before you add or
remove a device. (RSFTD203)
8. Check the external SAS (signal) cable 3 for damage.
9. Check the covers for sharp edges, damage, or alterations that expose the
internal parts of the 7214 Storage Enclosure.
10. Check the covers for proper fit. They should be in place and secure.
11. Check the product label at the back of the 7214 Storage Enclosure to make
sure it matches the voltage at your outlet.
DANGER
Dangerous voltage being measured. (RSFTD005)
12. Check the voltage level at the outlet and also check for proper grounding.
13. With the external power cable (1 in Figure 21 on page 49) connected to the
7214 Storage Enclosure, check to ensure 1.0 ohm or less resistance between the
ground lug on the external power cable plug and the metal frame.
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Figure 21. Rear View of the 7214 Storage Enclosure
Note: Use an analog meter to measure grounding resistance; do not use a
digital multimeter.
14. If the 7214 Storage Enclosure passes the test in the previous step, plug its
external power cable into the electrical outlet. If the 7214 Storage Enclosure
does not pass the test, see Chapter 2, “Maintenance Analysis Procedures for
Service Representatives,” on page 7 for more information. If problems persist,
contact your service representative.
A38M0010
Note: The Safety Information Label located on top of the power supply under the
top cover, shows the following symbol:
This symbol indicates a hazard arising from dangerous voltage inside. Do not
open.
Appendix B. Safety Inspection Procedures
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