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Replacing redundant PSU on Dell PER720 server

Posted on 2016-09-19
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Is it possible to replace a bad redundant PSU without bringing down the server?
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I have done it a hundred times.  Pull out and put in.
That is understanding that it is REDUNDANT, has 2 plugs in the back and two PS
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Thank you.
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