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Our power edge H1800 has been blinking a continous amber, tried to get a code on back pushed button now it blinks a continous blue flash. No beeps at all.

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SOURCE: dell 1800 power edge is giving long beep continuously.

Power supply, system board, or keyboard problem

Posted on Apr 18, 2009

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SOURCE: high pitched noise red light blinking

A high pitch noise comes normally from blown capacitors from the motherboard or the power supply. But mostly high pitch noise comes from power supplies.

You could have to open up the power supply to see them.

Verify if it is the case and replace the faulty part.


Posted on May 27, 2009

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SOURCE: power edge loght is red and blinking

You should be able to see the reasons in the front panel, remove the front cover and you will see a small display with some information passing slowly. Sometimes is just the redundant power-supply that is disconnected.

Posted on Nov 25, 2009

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That's just a system indicator flash. Solid blue means on and normal, blinking means someone either turned on the system indicator in the management software or bumped the indicator switch on the back of the server. This was designed to make easier transitions from back to front when working with multiple servers in a rack. To turn the indicator off, just go to the back of the server and find the Ethernet and usb ports that are together. If the usb is the bottom and Ethernet port is the top then just to the right you should see a small blue blinking light and a button, pushing the button wil turn the blinking off.

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