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    Replacing the Fan on the JSA5800 Appliance

    The JSA1500 and JSA3500 appliances have two cooling fans. The JSA5500 has three and the JSA7500 has eight cooling fans. The fans are hot-swappable.

    Note:

    • JSA7500 has internal hot-swappable cooling fans.
    • Removing and installing fans for JSA1500, JSA3500, and JSA5500 follows the similar procedure to JSA7500. Except that the cooling fans are to be removed and installed from the top of the JSA7500 and for the rest of the appliances, it is performed at the rear panel.

    To remove and install the fan for JSA7500:

    1. Attach an ESD grounding strap to your bare wrist and connect the strap to the ESD point on the chassis.
    2. Turn the screws to the left on the fan door at the top of the device as shown in Figure 1.

      Figure 1: Opening the Chassis Lid

      Opening the Chassis Lid
    3. Open the lid as shown in Figure 1.
    4. Pull the lever out as shown in Figure 2.
    5. Grasp the fan protected with the cover and pull it out to disengage its power connection as shown in Figure 2.

      Figure 2: Removing the Fan

      Removing the Fan
    6. Wait for the fan to stop spinning.

      Warning: To avoid injury, do not proceed until the fan has stopped spinning.

    7. Replace the fan and then close the lever as shown in Figure 3.

      Figure 3: Replacing the Fan

      Replacing the Fan
    8. Install the fan in the device as shown in Figure 3.
    9. Engage the fan lever to secure the fan in place.
    10. Close the fan lid and tighten the screws to secure it in the chassis.

    Published: 2015-03-18