Unseat or Remove an SP Tray
This procedure can be performed only by qualified service personnel.
Remove AC power using the circuit breakers on the appropriate PDU before
performing this procedure.
You must unseat an SP tray before you can remove the interconnects and before you
can remove the SP tray.
Take the necessary ESD precautions.
See Prevent ESD Damage.
Locate the SP tray in the server.
See CMIOU Chassis Rear Components or Switch Chassis Rear Components (SPARC M7-16).
Power off the server and switch off the appropriate PDU circuit
See Removing Power From the Server or Domain.
Label and disconnect the cables attached to the NET MGT and SER MGT
See CMIOU Chassis Rear Components, Switch Chassis Rear Components (SPARC M7-16), and
SER MGT and NET MGT Port Locations and Numbering.
Remove the SPs to gain access to the SP tray ejector locking latches.
See Servicing SPs.
Press the ejector latches to release the SP tray.
Using a flat-blade screwdriver, press up on the small metal latch inside the
recess of the tray to release the tray from the chassis. Repeat this step for
the second latch.
Unseat the SP tray.
Disengage the SP tray (panel 1).
Open and squeeze the ejector latches together.
Carefully slide the tray out towards you and press the levers back
together, toward the center of the SP tray (panel 2).
This will keep the levers from getting damaged while you are servicing
Determine your next step.
If you are removing the SP tray, pull the ejector latches out and
slide the SP tray completely out of the server.
If you are unseating the SP tray to service another component, refer
to the service procedures for the component.