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un stacking 2 c3750 switches

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I have 2 switches c3750's stacked together.. I'm wanting to unstack them, but how? There connected in the back by a stack cable. And what are the side effects of unstacking 2 switches that have been running together for a long time? :)
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excellent, thank you for the help.
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