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Old 07-03-2017, 08:11 PM
NAEP_Matt NAEP_Matt is offline
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Default S5MC Power Supply Alarm?

Hi, I just returned from a couple days away, where I had my whole 32 fader S5MC system shut down at the power strip (that is, in front of the S5MC's power supply. When I powered it up, I heard a faint noise coming from the the unit that I've traced back to the MC's power supply. The noise stops when the MC is shut down, or when its restarting, and only fully comes back once the whole system is back up and running. Otherwise, operation seems to be normal.

I'm wondering if it's some kind of an alarm, maybe a fan alarm? Anyone else experienced this?

Thanks!
Matt
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