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Replacing the Fan for the Non-Modularized Heat Exchanger Installed on the Front Door

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Replacing the Fan for the Non-Modularized Heat Exchanger Installed on the Front Door
If the fan for the non-modularized heat exchanger installed in the APM30H is faulty and cannot be repaired in time, you must replace it.

Prerequisites


The tools and materials, such as an ESD wrist strap or a pair of ESD gloves, Phillips screwdriver, ESD box or bag, and key to the cabinet door, are ready.

The quantity and model of the faulty fans are confirmed. For details, see Querying the Type of Fan.

The authorized personnel are permitted to enter the site. The required keys are available.

Context


Figure 1 shows the position of the fan in the APM30H.


Figure 1 Position of the fan in the APM30H

It takes about 20 minutes to replace the fan.

Procedure
1. Wear an ESD wrist strap or a pair of ESD gloves.
CAUTION:
Take proper ESD protection measures, for example, wear an ESD wrist strap or a pair of ESD gloves, to prevent electrostatic damage to the boards, modules, or electronic
components.
2. Remove the fuse from the slot corresponding to the port labeled LOAD0. For details, see Replacing the Fuse.
3. Remove the connector linked to the port labeled FAN_EXT from the panel of the CMUA to power off the fan on the front door of the APM30H.
4. Loosen the screws on the cover plate of the fan transfer board, and then remove the cover plate.
5. Label the cables connected to the faulty fan, and then disconnect the cables, as shown in 1 of Figure 2.
6. Remove the eight screws from the cover plate of the fan and remove the cover plate, as shown in 2 of Figure 2.
7. Remove the baffle and rubber cap from the cable outlet on the side of the fan cavity. Then, remove the cable for the fan, as shown in 3 of Figure 2.
Figure 2 Removing the fan from the front door of the APM30H

8. Remove the four screws from the support plate of the fan, and then remove the support plate and fan from the APM30H, as shown in 4 of Figure 2.
9. Remove the four screws fixing the fan from the support plate, and then remove the fan.
10. Lead the cable for the new fan through the cable outlet in the support plate. Then, tighten the four screws fixing the fan.
11. Install the cover plate of the fan back to the fan cavity after the fan is installed, and then tighten the four screws.

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Replacing the Fan for the Non-Modularized Heat Exchanger Installed on the Front Door

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12. Lead the fan cable through the cable outlets of the fan cavity. Then, add the rubber cap and baffle to the cable.
13. Tighten the two screws on the baffle.
14. Reconnect the cable for the fan to the fan transfer board based on the cable connection records. Then, install the cover plate of the fan transfer board.
15. Relink the connector to the port labeled FAN_EXT on the panel of the CMUA.
16. Reinstall the fuse in the slot corresponding to the port labeled LOAD0.
17. Check the running of the fan and status of the LEDs on the CMUA to determine whether the new fan works properly. For details about the status of the LEDs, see CMUA.
18. Take off the ESD wrist strap or gloves, and then pack up all the tools.

Follow-up Procedure


Place the replaced component into the ESD box or bag. Then, place the ESD box or bag into a carton padded with foam or into the packing box of the new component.

Fill in the fault form with the details of the replaced component.

Contact the local Huawei office to handle the faulty component.

Parent topic: Replacing the Fan on the Front Door of the APM30H

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