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Oracle Switch ES1-24

Service Manual

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Document Information

Using This Documentation

Product Notes

Related Documentation

CLI Command Modes


Support and Accessibility

Detecting and Managing Faults

Front Panel LEDs

Rear Panel LEDs

Check Switch Status (LEDs)

Sensors Overview

Check Switch Status (Oracle ILOM)

Component Sensor Targets

Motherboard Sensor Targets

Preparing for Service

ESD Precautions

Tools Needed for Service

Replaceable Components

Remove the Front Support and Air Duct

Remove the CMA

Install the CMA

Servicing Power Supplies

Power Off a Power Supply

Remove a Power Supply

Install a Power Supply

Power On a Power Supply

Servicing the Fan Module

Remove the Fan Module

Install the Fan Module



Install the Fan Module


Caution - In a hot-swap replacement, you must install the replacement fan module within 30 seconds of removing the faulted fan module. If this is not possible, first power off the switch by powering off both power supplies. See Power Off a Power Supply.

  1. Remove the fan module.

    See Remove the Fan Module.

  2. Verify that the slot where the fan module installs is clean and free of debris.
  3. Orient the fan module over the opening in the switch.
  4. With the eject lever closed, slide the fan module into the switch.
    image:Figure shows sliding the fan module into the slot.
  5. Slide the fan module in until it clicks securely into place
    image:Figure shows closing the fan module eject lever.

    The fan should immediately power on.

  6. Verify that the fan Attention LEDs are no longer illuminated.

    See Rear Panel LEDs.

  7. Verify that air is moving through the fan module.
  8. Consider your next step.
    • If you installed the fan module from the cold aisle, install the air duct and front support. Refer to Switch Installation, installing the air duct and front support.

    • If you installed the fan module from the hot aisle, install the CMA. See Install the CMA.

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