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ASM 0x8 replacement, power KSU off first or reboot?

ASM 0x8 replacement, power KSU off first or reboot?

(OP)
Hi evryone,

I've recently been volunteered to manage the MICS 4.1 for our small office and I've not been in charge of administering a Norstar for several years. The ASM 0x8 that we have is dead, will not power up. We've found a replacement and I need to know how to properly replace it. Can I hang it, attach cables, and power up with the KSU running or should KSU be powered off first?

Thanks everyone!

RE: ASM 0x8 replacement, power KSU off first or reboot?

Leave KSU running

Power down ASM, swap it, connect it then power ASM up

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RE: ASM 0x8 replacement, power KSU off first or reboot?

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Great, thank you!

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