There's a 4A fuse next to the AC input header, though I didn't drill a whole lot deeper. I tossed them back in a box after I got one switch working...just moved and I don't have everything unpacked yet. Will take another look after I get my bench set up.
I am 1 for 2 successfully repaired, though the failed repair was my fault. I couldn't read the silk screen on the old PSU and wasn't getting any output voltage on one of the new SL PSUs. Plugged it in without reversing the DC output and got a lot of sparks. Switch looks to be toast for now...
There are a few listings on the 'Bay, this one is close with qty. 12+: Micron 5200 5210 ION 3.84 TB Solid State Drive - SATA [SATA/600] - 2.5" Drive - 649528787941 | eBay
There are some other options in the ball park if you mix 4 drives of a different make/model.
Check your PM in a few as well.
The IPMI address on mine was 10.128.52.212/22 and the Supermicro default credentials worked. No VLAN tagged, but the IPMI interface was set to Shared/Failover I believe. The IO shield had a "POD16 perf" label on it.
Wild...I can't remember what my IPMI was configured to, but it was static and I reconfigured my workstation with an IP in the same network initially. I can double check in the AM, you'll likely need to ping sweep the entire range if it is configured like mine was.
What are you using for memory?
Did you give it a shot with only the 4-pin 12v connected? Mine automatically powers on after I cleared the CMOS with the 24-pin connected. Don't know if you tried swapping between the two yet, but might be worth a shot.
That 's good info. I'm nervous about turning the main power back on until I can get sensor readings. The remote BIOS update license is applied, but I was hoping to backup the BIOS that's on there first. Hopefully the IPMI flash will restore the sensors...
So I bought one @$250 before they were relisted. Made a copper shim 30mm x 30 mm x 0.05mm, slapped on some thermal paste, and installed a SNK-C0057A4L. Cleared the BIOS and booted it up. So far, so good with a single DIMM though not exhaustive by any stretch. The heatsink is warm to the...
Weird, wonder if the BIOS update via IPMI is checking before it updates...
Any difference if you slap the model number in there? I used IPMIView to update this in the past but didn't have any issues with board mismatches.
I'd give it a whirl on one of mine but I'm holding a crying daughter