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AIX H/W issues

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Hi,
After unplanned power outage I run diag on the system, and it found some H/W issues (log attached).

What should I do with this server? the entires that cought most of my attention are:

BA201002
BA180010
B7006971
2529-8008

Thanks,
Tal
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a clean shutdown and restart will typically clear some of these errors, others may represent that you have a hardware issue such as a dead fan or a dead or faulty redundant power supply. So if the errors are still there after a clean boot, then check the hardware
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by:Gerwin Jansen, EE MVE
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Last message is about the Cache Battery Pack, looks like it needs to be replaced.

Do you have some support (contract) on this system with IBM?
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