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Hi,i have a Microtek UPS and it does not give any back up and it is just only 2 months old.My PC restarts if there is a power fluctuation.I may not be using it correctly so please let me know how to use it as well any help would be appreciated.

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Plz ask your vendor to check the ups as is under warranty

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