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Troubleshooting Power Failures

The system's distributed power system is designed to consume low levels of power and dissipate low levels of heat. See Appendix 9, System Specifications for specifications of power consumption and heat dissipation. If you suspect a power problem, refer to Table 8-1.

Table 8-1 Causes of power failures 
Symptom
Possible Problems
Actions
System does not power up.
  • System is not receiving power.
  • A module's power supply has malfunctioned.
  • Power source cannot handle system load.

Note: The following actions apply to all of the possible problems.

1    Verify that all power connections are correct.

2    Verify that the power supply is delivering the correct voltage, current, and wattage to the system. Refer to Appendix 9, System Specifications.

3    If the system still does not operate, contact Juniper Networks Customer Service.

System shuts down.
  • Temperature too high
  • Loss of power

Note: The following actions apply to all of the possible problems.

1    Verify that power connections are properly attached.

2    Verify that system is receiving power.

3    Check whether or not the LEDs are lit.

4    Run diagnostics on SRP and line modules.

5    If system will not reset, contact Juniper Networks Customer Service.



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