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What do the indicator lights mean?
The blue LED indicates the unit is powered ON
The red LED indicates a temperture warning or drive failure
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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