Wed Mar 24, Fri Mar 26, 9: Tue Mar 23, It’s noisier than the 4 other 2U Powervaults, Cisco switches etc all together. First, I spoke with a Dell rep. Second thing-a quickie photo of the rear of the drive. Dec 12, Posts:
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The drive itself isn’t noisey, but there is a small fan in the back of the chassis that is by far the loudest thing in my rack, including 1U servers with little screamer fans in them. You may have to splice the wiring if it’s a weird connector. Sat Mar 27, 4: Mon Mar 29, 9: No one else has an LTO tape drive around the home or office?
Feb 12, Posts: I don’t know much about cooling. The rep implies that there is one from his statement?
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First, I spoke with a Dell rep. Surely one of you nice folks must have one of these near you, esp. It’s quite loud from the second you power up the drive, whether you’re running backups or not. Wed Mar 24, 1: Jun 2, Posts: Jul 1, Posts: Ours was purchased brand new and has always behaved like this.
Can you find the factory service manual anywhere– maybe even online? So, how can I tell if I have a repair job on my hands, or just need to.
Anyone ever tried this? Mine is not variable speed, it’s always really loud. Constant RPM from power on. Is there one in cell drives or is the fan supposed to be on full-blast all the time?
Second thing-a quickie photo of the rear of the drive.
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Fri Apr 30, Strange question perhaps, but I 110r Googling for service manual and repair manual and then gave up. The specs for the fan are as follows: How safe is doing so in a Powervault T? I’m thinking perhaps I could upload an. Yeah I have one of those, mine only has one drive in it though. This thing is LOUD!
Sun May 16, Feb 9, Posts: Fri Mar 26, 9: Mon May 10, 6: Thanks for the info. Mon Jun 14,