Meraki MR26 Red LED

Working with a Cisco Meraki MR26. Just received an RMA Unit to replace one that was failed. Plugged it in to the LAN, front LED flashes Green a couple times, then goes solid Red. I cannot find anything in the documentation that discussed a Red LED condiiton - Orange, Rainbow, Blue, Green are detailed in https://docs.meraki.com/display/MR/MR26+Installation+Guide#MR26InstallationGuide-LEDIndicatorsandRunDarkMode, but nothing for Red.
Support hasn't suggested anything either, figured I'd turn here. Anyone with any experience on what this means?
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gheistCommented:
Id say orange is red in this context.
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LingerLongerAuthor Commented:
@gheist, is this based on experience?
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gheistCommented:
Real single-wavelength orange LEDs are expensive, so I assume it is mix of yellow and red with yellow not lit.
If you have spectrometer or glass prism and sheet of paper you can check.
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KED6969Commented:
I agree with gheist, probably what you see as Red is really the orange light. this might/might not be in your documentation.  

"Note: A solid orange light indicates that the device has not checked in with the Meraki cloud yet"

Take a working Meraki and hook it up to the same port for quick troubleshooting. If the known good fails, you have an issue with VLAN/Port/Wiring, something.
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