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I have to replace batteries for my cyberpower ups 900avr, the wiring to the batteries are:1 red that goes to red, 1 black that goes to where and 1 blue that goes from battery to battery. please help I don't want to burn my batteries

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Ok it looks as if your batteries are wired in series.

The red wire goes to the positive (+) on battery 1 and the black goes to the negative (-) on
battery 2 and the blue wire from the negative (-) on battery 1 to the positive (+) on battery 2

Here is a typical wiring chart for 2 batteries wired in series http://www.bigboytoysonline.com/RVMods&Articles/Batteries/images/2x6VoltinSeries.gif

I hope this info helps

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