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HP ProLiant ML570 G2 - Diagnostic Lighting Indicator

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I have an amber light displaying.  It is the left of the 3, the one with what appears to be an electricity symbol enclosed in a box.

I have searched and found a general comment of:
"Improved internal and external diagnostic lighting indicators quickly and accurately diagnose failed components like power supplies, fans, processors, DIMMs and hard drives..."

BUT - I am looking for an answer as to what EACH of the lights indicates AND how to go forward in troubleshooting.  Thanks.
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http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bc/docs/support/SupportManual/c00687364/c00687364.pdf

This guide has the purpose of each LED in appendix C, and the troubleshooting steps to take when there is an error in appendix D.  The LED you mentioned is the Internal Health LED, and the page of that PDF that tells you how to troubleshoot that event is page D-8.
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Also, this might help you out a bit in your troubleshooting endeavors:

ftp://ftp.hp.com/pub/information_storage/software/flash/ml570g2_parts.swf

The link is flash, FYI.
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Thanks!  This is perfect, greatly appreciated.
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