Question about Dell PowerEdge 2500 Server
Our Server is quite Dusty and I was wondering if there is any problem with opening it up while it is running and blowing the components clean with air.
Although practical, the risk of static discharge is present when doing this unless coming from 1.) store-purchased compressed air can made for this purpose or 2) if using home compressor, must install static de-ionizer nozzle...these are used in industry where, for example, blowing off CDROM's is necessary and often.
Posted on Oct 25, 2007
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