While helping Riju out this afternoon, I noticed that the timing fiber that goes to the OMC rack (near the AP table) was bent, and is now possibly kinked, after the installation of the fiber splitter box.
The fiber was hanging from the back of the rack, and had been strain relieved. However, the path that the fiber was taking is now occupied by the fiber splitter for the RF PD diagnostic stuff. So, the installation of the fiber splitter box put the old timing fiber under tension, causing the fiber to be bent at a little over 90 degrees, since it was pulled tightly against the corner of the splitter's front panel.
I adjusted the strain relief so that the fiber is loose again, although there is still a bit of a kink that you can feel. Things (for now) seem to be working, since the 1pps light on the front of the box at the top of the OMC rack is still blinking happily, indicating that the 1pps is still getting there.
We are not using most of the stuff in that rack right now, but if we have problems in the future, we should check out the fiber to make sure it is still good.