Question about Dell PowerEdge 6400 Server
I'd suggest removing the power supplies and giving it another blow out to make sure there's no dust that's insulating the contacts from connecting properly in the other 2 bays. Also check behind them that all cables are connected properly (if it's going to a power circuit board) as one of them may have been knocked.
Posted on Dec 15, 2008
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