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Maintenance Guide

TE30, TE40, TE50, TE60, and TX50 Videoconferencing Endpoint V600R006C10

This document guides the operator to maintain the device
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Checking the Indicator Status

Checking the Indicator Status

To ensure that your endpoint runs properly, check its indicator status regularly.

Context

By checking the status of indicators on the endpoint's front panel, you can know the endpoint's running status, for example, working properly, sleeping, and working at a high temperature. If any indicator does not perform as expected, tackle the problem in time to ensure proper running of the endpoint.

Checking Indicators on the TE30

Check the status of indicators on the TE30 by following the instructions described in Table 6-2 and perform maintenance tasks accordingly.

Table 6-2 Status of indicators on the TE30

The Indicator Is...

Meaning

Blinking green

Being started or upgraded.

Steady green

Working properly.

Blinking green strongly and weakly in turn

In sleep state.

Steady red

Powered off but still connected to the power supply.

Off

Disconnected from the power supply.

Blinking red

Confronted with a fault, such as a self-check error, overheating, and software malfunction.

Checking Indicators on the TE40&TE50&TE60&TX50

Check the status of indicators on the TE40&TE50&TE60&TX50 by following the instructions described in Table 6-3 and perform maintenance tasks accordingly.

Table 6-3 Status of indicators on the TE40&TE50&TE60&TX50

The Indicator Is...

Meaning

Blinking blue twice per second

Being started.

Steady blue

Working properly.

Steady purple

Powered off (If the power switch is ON, powered off the endpoint by pressing on the remote control).

Blinking green strongly and weakly in turn

In sleep state.

Blinking blue four times per second

Being upgraded.

Blinking blue once

Responding to a remote control operation. (The endpoint can respond to remote control operations only when working properly.)

Blinking red twice per second

Working at a high temperature.

Blinking red four times per second

Confronted with a temperature fault. The temperature sensor inside the endpoint cannot sense the current operating temperature. As a result, the fans rotate too fast and loudly.

Blinking red

Faulty.

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Updated: 2019-01-31

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