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HP Workstation zx6000 - Installing and Removing the Power Supply

Installing and Removing the Power Supply
Power Supply Removal
  1. Remove the front bezel from the system's chassis. 
  2. Unlock the release lever by press down on the blue retainer clip.
  3. Pull down on the power supply's release lever and slide the power supply out of the system.
Power Supply Replacement
  1. Slide the new power supply into the system and then push the release lever up to lock it into place. 
  2. Replace the system's front bezel.
Processor and Power Module Removal
  1. Remove the access cover from the system.
  2. Remove blue plastic airflow guide by removing the wires from the 3 clips on the airflow guide and then lifting the airflow guide straight out of the system. 
  3. Unscrew the power module's mounting screws, disconnect the power cable going to the power module and disconnect the module from its processor by sliding it toward the back of the system chassis.
  1. Disconnect the power cable to the processor's Turbo Cooler Fan. 
  2. Unscrew the four heatsink captive screws. 
  3. Once the captive screws are loose, slide the sequencing retainer plate toward the back of the system. Sliding the sequencing retainer plate toward the back of the system opens up the hole in the edge of the turbo fan's heatsink for insertion of the special processor tool into the processor locking mechanism.
  1. Unlock the processor locking mechanism using the special processor tool shipped with your replacement processor assembly. To do this, you need to insert the tool into the hole that runs down through the edge of the turbo fan's heatsink and rotate the wrench 180 degrees counterclockwise.
  1. Gently lift the Turbo Cooler Fan and processor assembly straight up and out of the system as one complete assembly.
Processor and Power Module Replacement
NOTE:  You must have a processor in slot CPU0
You must have a processor in slot CPU0 before installing one in slot CPU1. 
  1. Remove the access cover from the system by following the instruction under "opening the workstation". Pay close attention to ESD Precautions when working with any of the systems internal components. 
  2. Remove blue plastic airflow guide by removing the wires from the 3 clips on the airflow guide and then lifting the airflow guide straight out of the system. 
  3. Ensure that the processor's locking mechanism is rotated into the unlock position. 
  4. Before inserting the processor into the socket, check for bent processor pins and get a replacement processor if any bent pins are found. 
  5. Next, use the four locator posts on the heatsink and the turbo fan's power cable to properly align the fan and processor assembly on the system board. The turbo fan's power cable must be positioned so that it is located on the side of the heatsink that faces the front of the system.
  1. Use the special processor tool shipped with your replacement processor assembly to lock the processor in place on the system board. To do this, insert the special processor tool into the hole that runs down the side of the heatsink and rotate it clockwise 180 degrees.
  1. Slide the sequencing retainer plate toward the front of the system. 
  2. Screw in the four heatsink captive screws.
  1. Connect the power cable to the Turbo Cooler Fan. 
  2. Install the processor's Power Module by sliding the power module on the system board's metal mounting bracket so that the power module's connector connects with the processor's connector. The two mounting screw holes on the power module must align themselves with their screw holes on the system board's metal mounting bracket. Screw in the power module's mounting screws and connect the power cable going to the Power Module.
  1. Reinstall the blue plastic airflow guide and close up the system.

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