Remove a Power Supply
Caution - Hazardous voltages are present. To reduce the risk of electric shock and danger
to personal health, follow the instructions.
- Move to the rear of the server chassis so you can view the
power supply status LEDs.
The amber Fault LED on the failed power supply will be on. For
verification, you can run the ILOM show faulty command to see if either power supply
reports a fault condition.
- (Optional) You can verify the status indicated by the Fault LED by running
the ILOM show faulty command.
The Fault LED indication is verified if the show faulty command lists that power
supply as faulty.
- Locate and release the cable management arm (CMA).
- Press and hold the tab as show in the following figure.
- Rotate the cable management arm out of the way so that you can
access the power supply.
Figure 84 Cable management Arm Release Mechanism
- Based on the model of your server (AC or DC), remove power from
the server in one of the following ways:
- AC server models – Disconnect the power cord from the faulty power supply.
- DC server models – Turn off the power using the circuit breaker on
the power source.
Caution - For server models with DC input power, do not disconnect the power cable
at the Wago connector on the server DC power supply unit. Instead, turn
off the power at the circuit breaker on the power source.
- Grasp the power supply handle and press the release latch.
Figure 85 Power Supply Release Handle (Sun SPARC Enterprise T5120 Servers)
Figure 86 Power Supply Release Handle (Sun SPARC Enterprise T5220 Servers)
- Pull the power supply out of the chassis.