Actually, you bought a rack mounted unit. IBM is assuming that you
ordered the IBM power strips in an IBM rack. These take a different cable
than a wall plug. Easiest comparison (for those that have been in the
business for a few years) is that they look more like the cable between
the monitor for an old IBM AT and the CPU. At that time the monitor
plugged into the CPU, not the wall.
Hmm, the customer unit I just installed had wall plugs. I wonder if they
ordered theirs with different plugs or if they had workarounds before I
got there. Which makes me wonder - how did your boss figure out how to
plug the bugger in?
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Re: JUMPING THE GUN, Re: Hooking up and starting a 520, (continued)
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