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Proliant ML150 power light is amber

 
ScottB1
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Proliant ML150 power light is amber

I basically have the same problem. Server will not power up. When I plug it in the lights flash green i can hear the fan, then the light goes amber..I have 2 PSU's. I have removed them, removed memory, unplugged all devices, (tapedrive etc...) Replaced battery, still amber light.

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Torsten.
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Re: Proliant ML150 power light is amber

>> I basically have the same problem

Same problem as ...?

What generation is this server?

Gen9, G6 or older?


Hope this helps!
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Torsten.

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ScottB1
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Re: Proliant ML150 power light is amber

Sorry,  There was a post  I thought i was replying to. It is a G6. The probelm is it won't turn on. The power light is amber. When I unplug the cords and plug them back in all the lights turn green and the fan spins a little the the power light goes to amber and that it..

 

thanks

ScottB1
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Re: Proliant ML150 power light is amber

I just happen to find a video that someone posted of the issue. Except that my server has 2 power supplies. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EPjQFVe26S0

 

Jimmy Vance
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Re: Proliant ML150 power light is amber

More than likely a bad power supply or something on the system board is causing a short

 




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ScottB1
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Re: Proliant ML150 power light is amber

I have another question. I found the jumper to reset the CMOS. It is 3 pins with a jumper on 2 of them. Do I just remove the jumper, or do I move it over one to jump the other pin?