Fault Light on a HUE-800S Ethernet Rail Switch
If you have a fault light on a HUE-800S Ethernet Rail Switch, you need to see if PWR1 and PWR2 lights (or LEDs) are illuminated. If one is not, then you need to bridge PWR1 and PWR2.
Thanks to the HUE-800S Manual, I discovered that the electricians hired to do the configuration missed this vital part and was no longer being blamed for physically damaging the switch or making Ethernet cables by hand improperly to cause the issue.
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