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This sounds like a bad hard drive, try a fresh install of the operational system to factory setting if disc is available, if no change remove hardware and reseat it back in place, still nothing the hard drive needs to be assessed.
Try making your hard drive as the first boot in the bios and just connect your hard drive only on the motherboard ( remove cd/dvd drive, etc..). Make sure your hard drive is detected in the bios. Then restart your computer again.
Sounds like one of two errors - either one of the power supplies has died (not sure if the 1800 has redundant power supplies or not) or a drive in the RAID array has failed. Most likely it's the drive. Run the Dell Server Administrator tool to check the health status of the array, sounds like you need to replace a drive. Most RAID systems fail if you lose more than one drive, so I'd replace that drive ASAP.
check your polarity at your outlet polatiry very important to theese re-ignition spark module, next with an old nail file)emory cloth clean the tops of the electrodes, after a whitle of continous sparking they tend to build up w/ carbon making it unable to detect flame thus continous spark