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Cisco 7000 and Cisco 7507 Unpacking Instructions

Cisco 7000 and Cisco 7507 Unpacking Instructions

Product Numbers: CISCO 7507, CHAS-7507, MAS-7507, CISCO 7000, MAS-7K, and CHAS-7K

This document contains important instructions for unpacking the Cisco 7000 and Cisco 7507. This unpacking procedure is identical for both chassis, so for convenience, the Cisco 7000 and Cisco 7507 are referred to as the chassis, with any differences clearly noted. Review these instructions before you open the container. Keep the chassis in the shipping crate until the site is ready, then use a hand cart, pallet jack, or forklift to move the shipping container to the installation site. Note the outer container dimensions on the following illustration to ensure clearance through doors. After you unpack the chassis, refer to the Cisco 7000 Hardware Installation or Cisco 7507 Hardware Installation publication on UniverCD or in print for installation instructions.

When lifting the chassis, follow these precautions to avoid injury to yourself and/or damage to the equipment:

Before moving the chassis to a permanent site, we recommend that you review the site, safety, and environmental considerations provided in the Cisco 7000 Hardware Installation and Maintenance or Cisco 7507 Hardware Installation and Maintenance publication on UniverCD in print.

Do not destroy the shipping containers. Flatten and store them with the pallet and Corro clips. Use these containers to transport the chassis or, if necessary, to return it to the factory.

Figure 1: Packaging Detail for the Cisco 7000 and 7507

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Posted: Mon Feb 12 15:51:27 PST 2001
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