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Network switch - solid green lights

Posted on 2012-12-21
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We have 3 Netgear FS750T2 switches and one of them froze today.  The switch shows all solid green lights and seems "frozen".

I've unplugged, and removed all cables - still powers up with all lights frozen.  Is it dead or is there something I can do to it?  The other 2 seem to be fine so I've moved cables for now.
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by:kasunnimoda
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try changing power cable, ant remove all network cables, and power on the switch. if the all lights still solid green then reset switch if it has a reset switch. if u dint have one or resetting is not working also. then my friend i think its dead.
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jmanishbabu earned 250 total points
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Shut  down the switch and check for few min . If still the Issue persists contact the vendor!!!!!!

May be your Switch Hardware needs to checked
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by:lancecurwensville
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If you have power cycled it with no cables then it is prob dead.  Since the switch is a pro safe then it has a lifetime warranty thru netgear.   I would do an rma at once.
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by:ohioholiday
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Thanks - dead
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