Complete applicable documentation and tagging before forwarding the unit to the next higher level of
Package and pack the defective unit in accordance with instructions provided in chapter 5.
Forward defective unit to Direct Support Maintenance.
INSTALLING DISK UNIT
The disk unit is a heavy piece of equipment. Always use four technicians when moving
or lifting the unit to prevent injury to personnel.
Remove unit from the packing and packaging in which it was received. File documents (i.e., reports, tags,
etc.) that accompanied the unit.
Remove dust caps from the connectors on the unit. Remove dust caps from the cables to be connected up
to the unit.
Position the disk unit in its operating location (rack-mount or counter-top configuration).
Turn off power before working on equipment. Failure to do so can cause serious injury to
Connect 1/0 cabling to the disk unit In accordance with the cabling diagram requirements listed and shown
in the system manual. If applicable, connect ground strapping/cabling in accordance with requirements of
system manual. Also, install a terminal plug assembly (fig. 1-1) on any unused 1/0 connectors (J1, J2).
Ensure that airflow around installed unit is not restricted in any way.
Perform applicable Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS).