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What do the indicator lights mean?

Main unit:

  • The blue LED indicates the unit is powered ON
  • The red LED indicates a temperture warning or drive failure

Drive bays:

  • The Blue LED found on the drive bay indicates the drive is working normally
  • The drive bay flashing yellow indicates that drive has failed
  • If all of the drive bays are flashing blue and yellow, the product is attempting to rebuild the RAID

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Article ID: 69 Article Created: 08-16-2011 11:00 AMLast Modified: 08-17-2011 11:21 AM

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