Remove a Cabled Lower Bus Bar Assembly
- Halt and power down the server.
See Prepare to Power Off the Server.
- 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 on each side to protect them from breakage.
- Use an antistatic wrist strap to protect the equipment from ESD damage.
- Remove the front filler panel.
See Remove the Front Filler Panel.
- Remove the upper fan cage.
See Remove the Upper Fan Cage.
- Unlock the I/O data cables from the cabled lower bus bars assembly.
There are two metal locking levers on the I/O data cable. The metal
locking levers push against plastic locking tabs on the cabled lower bus bars
- Push up slightly on the plastic locking tab, then pull down a metal
- Repeat to unlock the second lever.
- Remove the T20 Torx screws that hold the upper ends of the red
and black power cables to the bus bars.
The cabled lower bus bar assembly includes four red cables and four black
cables. The upper end of each cable is held in place by two
Note - Take care not to drop the screws. These are not captive screws.
Note - Do not place screws or other loose hardware on the “shelves” of the
midplane. Small items can easily fall inside the cabinet.
- Detach the lower section of the cabled lower bus bars assembly:
Loosen two captive T20 Torx screws that hold the plastic housing of the
cabled lower bus bars assembly to the midplane, then pull the assembly out
of the midplane.
See the details in the right side of the illustration.