System reference code 1011 2240

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I am trying to boot as400 model 9406-720. and it keeps on giving me the followind src 1011 2240. How can I resolve this problem.

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IBM have this on their website:

http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/iseries/v5r2/ic2924/index.htm?info/rzar7/rzar7x1xxx.htm

basically it looks like a hardware power failure somewhere. The current link doesn’t include a 9406-720 but for others says that 2240 is an ‘Air Moving Device’ which I think means fan. Where exactly it is it doesn’t say, just ‘Call your Service Representative’.

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  • astradyne
    The 1011 means that there is a power problem on Frame 1 Unit 1, and the 2240 means "Air Moving Device Panel Fault" (or "Fan" to the rest of us). There are three fans mounted on a plate and this fault indicates at least one has failed to start, this is on an S-Waybox (no keystick) and is the same part number for models 6xx, 7xx and Sxx. If you have any spare AS/400s you can swap the fans over from them, but to do this you would need to remove the side panel. Alternatively, you could call your harware maintenance provider and have them sort it out ;-) All the best Jonathan
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