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What does it mean when the SCSI Detect light on the T4 SCSI bridge is blinking?

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What does it mean when the SCSI Detect light on the T4 SCSI bridge is blinking?

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After the T4 SCSI bridge is turned ON, it begins scanning the SCSI bus searching for a device. If the SCSI device is ready for operation, the T4 turns ON the SCSI Detect light. If the SCSI device is not ready, the T4 flashes the SCSI Detect LED until the SCSI device reports that it is ready for operation. If the SCSI Detect LED never stops flashing that most likely means the SCSI device is malfunctioning.

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