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No Power when turn on so battery wont charge

Hi I recently brought A tripp lite smart700ser UPS and i connected the bateries but when i put it to test it comes on and then give me the beeping noise for low battery and when i switch from battery to normal i am not getting any power to charge them can you please help me

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  • yenuganti200 Mar 21, 2009

    Hi I recently brought A tripp lite smart300ser UPS and i connected the bateries but when i put it to test it comes on and then give me the beeping noise for ups on and when i switch from battery to normal i am not getting any power to charge them can you please help me

    please some one help me to solve this problem
    my mail id is yenuganti2002@yahoo.com

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Try leaving it off, but plugged into the wall outlet so the batteries can charge up. If they are new, they are probably without a charge. The instructions should indicate how long it needs to charge - probably most of the day.

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