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1.4 Safety Precautions

1.4 Safety Precautions
Caution - Observe the following precautions to protect yourself when performing maintenance.
  1. Observe all the precautions, warnings, and instructions described on the chassis.
  2. Do not insert foreign objects into the openings in the chassis. Any such foreign object could come into contact with high-voltage circuitry or could short circuit the components, causing a fire or an electric shock.
  3. Contact a service engineer to inspect the chassis.
Safety precautions on electricity
  1. Confirm that the voltage and frequency of your input power supply match the electric rating described on the system name plate label affixed on the chassis.
  2. Wear a wrist strap when handling a hard disk drive, CPU memory unit, or other printed boards.
  3. Use grounded power outlets.
  4. Do not attempt to make any mechanical or electrical modifications. Fujitsu shall not be responsible for the regulatory compliance of a chassis that has been modified.
Rack-related safety precautions
  1. The racks should be fixed on the floor, ceiling, or the adjacent frame.
  2. The racks may be supplied with a quakeresistant options kit. The use of the quakeresistant options kit prevents the racks from falling over during installation or maintenance service on the chassis.
  3. Prior to installation or maintenance, a safety assessment should be conducted by a service engineer in the following cases:
    When the quakeresistant options kit is not supplied and the rack is not fixed on the floor with bolts: Check for the safety such as whether the rack should not fall over.
  4. If multiple chassis are mounted in a rack, perform maintenance for each of the chassis.
For details of the racks, see "Planning and Preparing for System Installation" in the Installation Guide for your server.