You will want to look for codes like these in the "Problem Analysis Repair & Parts" guide for whatever system you have. If the box is fairly new you can get them from the Installation & Service Library. Goto http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/pubs/html/as400/v5r1/hwpdf/index.htm It prompts you for a version selection either V4R5 or V5R1. However, for the Model 170 copy I have here..... "Contact was lost with the device indicated. Do not power off the system. Perform LIC-PIP13 on page 4-44" The PIP indicates that "A disk unit seems to have stopped communicating with the system" Oh - and yea I would be ready to call 800-IBMSERV or whomever does hardware maintenance on the system. --------------------- Kevin E. Mort iSeries Technical Support Support Net, Inc. Ph: 888.480.TECH Fx: 954.428.3991 Mailto:email@example.com IBM Certified Expert - e(logo)server iSeries 400 Technology Lotus Certified Specialist " i want everything to work. i choose iSeries. " <SNIP> From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] Sent: 03 December 2001 14:55 To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: A6XX 0244 This is a multipart message in MIME format. -- [ Picked text/plain from multipart/alternative ] One of my clients has SRC A6XX 0244 in the display panel - any idea what that is? The system is down, and the XX is slowly incrementing... Tom Hightower Solutions, Inc http://www.simas.com </SNIP>
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