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Follow the instructions in this sheet carefully. Failure to follow these instructions could
damage your equipment and void its warranty.
Note: Online instructions covering customer-installable parts are available at
No tools are required for this procedure. You may, however, ﬁnd a Phillips screwdriver
useful in releasing the thumbscrews at the front of the server.
4. If the hard drives are in the locked position (the yellow security LED on the front panel is on), use the Allen key that came with the server to unlock them. 5. If the cable management arm is not in use, unplug all external cables except the power cord. 6. Touch the server’s metal case to discharge any static electricity. Important: Always ground yourself by touching the server’s case before you touch any parts or install any components inside the server. To avoid static electrici
9. Grasp the thumbscrews and slide the bottom housing forward part way to expose the two chassis levers. (Figure 2) 10. While depressing both levers, pull the bottom housing all the way forward and remove it from the rack. Figure 2 11. Place the bottom housing on a sturdy, ﬂat surface and ESD mat. 12. Put on the ESD wrist strap. Xserve Power Supply - 3
Removing the Installed Power Supply Warning: The power supply is a high-voltage component and should not be opened for any reason, even when the server is off. Note: There are two versions of Xserve. If your version does not include a plastic duct over the heatsink, skip to step 3. 1. Release the latch on the heatsink duct from its slot, slide the cover away from the blower, and lift the end of the duct as shown. (Figure 3) 2. Remove the duct from the server. Figure 3 Xserve Power
3. Release the locking latch on the power supply cable connector and disconnect the cable from the drive interconnect board. (Figure 4) 4. Release the thumbscrew that secures the power supply to the chassis. Note: The thumbscrew is captive; you cannot remove it. 5. Grasp the metal ﬂange of the power supply’s connector (on the left side) and lift up to disconnect the power supply from the logic board. Note: You may need to loosen the left side of the power supply and then lift at
Closing the Server 1. Carefully slide the bottom housing back into the rack. 2. Tighten the front thumb screws to secure it. Warning: Never turn on the server unless all of its internal and external parts are in place and it is closed. Operating the server when it is open or missing parts can damage it or cause injury. Apple Computer, Inc. © 2003 Apple Computer, Inc. All rights reserved. This document is protected under U.S. Copyright Law and International Treaties, and no part of
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