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Alarm sound from UPS

Whenever I am pressing the power button of my PC, an alarm sound is coming from it.I have even tried to give direct power supply to it by removing the UPS,but its not working and there is mothing coming on monitor.What could be the possible problem.need help

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The battery of your UPS is totally discharged..
Try replacing the battery..This will yield you best results..
Coming to the monitor..I think your SMPS is also spoiled because of UPS..
So replace SMPS also..

Posted on Jun 14, 2009

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