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Ups problem I have problem with my ups system, it goes off by itself whenever it works for few moment, my circuit breaker has no problem.

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The batteries need to be replaced. They probably have more than 3 years.
Replace the batteries and let the new ones charge fully for a day and your UPS will work like new after that.

Posted on Oct 27, 2009

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Hello,

First of all do you use a load that is over your ups capacity?
does it goes off in normal work, or in autonomy?

Good Luck

Posted on Oct 14, 2008

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