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HDX 8000 not booting, gpp stat flashing

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HDX 8000 not booting, gpp stat flashing

Just recently our HDX 8000 doesn't want to start up anymore. When the power cable is attached, the blue light flashes on and a small buzzing sound starts (just one buzz) and then the blue light switches off again. A few seconds later it flashes on again and one buzz sound.

As the HDX 8000 is outside of warranty, it is bought in 2013, we opened here up and on one of the boards (I assume the motherboard, it is the largest), together with the buzz sound a small red light lights up, it says next to it GPP Stat.

Can someone help us what might be wrong? Is it the motherboard or do we need to get a new power supply? What does GPP stat stands for?

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Polycom Employee & Community Manager

Re: HDX 8000 not booting, gpp stat flashing

Hello @JeroenTuinstra ,


Welcome to the Poly Community. Usually, we ask for this:

Both the communities Must Read First and the FAQ reference the basic minimum information a new or follow up post should contain.

This ensures the questions having to be asked are limited and any new or follow up post contains the right amount of details to ensure any voluntary participant within the community does not spend additional time chasing basic information.

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Whilst providing some of these details may not directly impact any possible answer the community can provide, it does enable Poly to have an overview of the current software used. In addition, providing all details at the same time allow us to check logs or look up potential support partners if an issue needs to come into support. It also enables us to verify the entitlement for using features.


Within this official Poly hosted and moderated Community we cannot support any post's about repairing Poly equipment as this may place users in danger.


Posting a serial will enable us to look up the history of a device and point out potential partners who can help you RMA the unit.

Please ensure to provide some feedback if this reply has helped you so other users can profit from your experience.

Best Regards

Steffen Baier


The title Polycom Employee & Community Manager is a community setting and does not reflect my role. I am just a simple volunteer in the community like everybody else. My official "day" Job is 3rd Level support at Poly but I am unable to provide official support via the community.


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