Remove the Scalability Card Cage
- Remove the front door.
See Remove the Door.
- Remove trim panels to protect them from being scratched.
See Remove the Trim Panels to remove the following parts.
- Remove the two side trim panels.
- Remove trim panel standoffs.
Remove the standoffs nearest to the scalability card cage to protect them from
- Use an antistatic wrist strap to protect the equipment from ESD damage.
- Remove these components from the scalability card cage:
Note - Record the slot number for each component, or stack them in order. You
must place them back in their original order later.
- Remove the service processors.
See Remove a Service Processor.
- Remove the clock boards.
See Remove a Clock Board.
- Remove the SSBs.
See Remove an SSB.
- Remove the four fan modules.
See Step 8 in Remove a Fan Module.
- Remove the scalability card cage:
- Inside the cage, use a screwdriver with an extension to undo four captive
T20 Torx screws.
The screws are inside the cage, near the corners.
- On the outside of the cage, remove four 6 mm Allen head bolts.
- Pull the scalability card cage out two inches to clear the guide pins.
- Remove the scalability card cage from the server.
- To install the scalability card cage, see Install the Scalability Card Cage