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HP Proliant ML350 G6 (Tower) - "stupid question"

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So I just unpacked this server and started it up and I noticed that the fans (redundant PSU) marked "750W" is not running...is this normal? If so, why?

Sorry for "stupid question"  :D
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remove the power from first PSU and check if the redundant one starts.
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Well...you had me looking a bit better and the actual fan is "hidden" behind a "fan-like-outer-shell" lol...I'm so embarrassed...

Atleast I put in there "stupid question" xD
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