Question about Opti -UPS E-Series 420E (UPS 420E) UPS System
We had a power surge today and ever since, the UPS doesn't give power to whatever is plugged into it. The light is on (solid green) but my computer and monitor are not getting power. They get power if you plug them straight into the wall, so I know they are not burned out. Is the UPS messed up?
The internal battery may be old and the system my need to be replaced. Check to see if your divices are pluged into the right outlits.
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
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