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Cisco Systems 10005 Manual
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Cisco 10005 ESR AC Power Supply Installation Contents 2Product Description Prerequisites and Preparation 7Adding or Replacing an AC Power Supply Installing a Second AC Power Supply 78-12652-01 Figure2 Installing an AC Power Supply Step 5 Connect the AC power cord to the new power supply. 8Captive screws Cisco 10005 ESR AC Power Supply Installation 10Replacing an AC Power Supply FAULT POWER Warning Never install an AC power module and a DC power module in the same chassis. Follow these steps to replace an AC power supply: Step 1 Put on an antistatic wrist or ankle strap. Attach the strap to the ESD grounding jack on the front of the chassis or to the bare metal surface of the chassis. Step 2 If your system is configured with redundant power supplies, set only the power switch of the power supply you are replacing to the standby position (Figure4). Caution Do not power off both AC power supplies in a redundant system, or the system shuts down and all data traffic stops. Power off only the ACpower supply you are replacing. Figure4 Setting AC Power Switch to the Standby Position 11the chassis using the handle on the faceplate. FAULT POWER Step 7 Connect the power cord to the new power supply. Step 5 Before you install the new power supply, make sure that its power switch is set to the standby position (see Figure4). Step 6 Insert the new AC power supply all the way into the power bay to ensure a secure connection to the midplane (Figure 5). Tighten the captive screws on the power supply. Figure5 Installing an AC Power Supply Captive screws Troubleshooting the Installation 13FCC Class B Compliance 14Related Documentation 15Obtaining Documentation 17Obtaining Technical Assistance Cisco.com Technical Assistance Center