I tried to reattach my car door mirror with Q-bond ultra strong adhesive and filling powder with the result that it run down the car door and cured immediately.I need a recommendation as to was antisolvent or product I can use to remove this.I tried nail polish remover but it is a tiresome process with good result but am scared to continue further in case I damage the paintwork. Someone suggested Benzine but due to not being able to find who manufactures Q-Bond to get their help first I am scared to continue.Please Help!!
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It contains two universal #1290 9AH batteries with F2 connectors. The batteries are taped together side by side with the terminals in a vertical straight line so that the positive terminal of one is at the bottom left position, the - to + shunt connects the two middle terminals, and the negative terminal is at the top position. Be sure and write down the names of the connectors that the battery cables connect to on the board before you remove the batteries. There are two possibilities for both the positive and negative terminals.
Battery replacement is simple. Getting the right battery is going to be the challenge. Original batteries, as there are two of them in my Ultra 1000va UPS. Replacement batteries need to be searched for. You must accurately measure the physical size of them for Height, Length and Width. There is not a lot of extra room, so look for ones that are higher capacity amp/hour wise but still the same physical size. Pay attention to the position of the battery terminals when looking at the specifications. Also you will need to know which type the spade terminals are and measuring their width will assist you in getting the correct type. I searched a lot of sites before finding what I needed and then shopped e-Bay for a good deal on two of them that was slightly larger capacity yet still the same physical size, terminal size the same between two available types, and they worked great. Original batteries were both split open, but the gel cell type saved me any damage as nothing leaked out. Easy to remove as there is just a mount plate that needed to be removed by removing a screw or two as I recall. Physical size is the key to an easy installation in the limited space in which they lay on their side. Pay attention to the location of the positive and negative on each of the two batteries as they were connected in series! Draw a diagram and label each of the terminals on each battery before disconnecting them. Be patient on the search and the time it takes to check the dimension of the battery for each battery you click onto and you will be OK with getting a suitable replacement!
Mike Decamp is clueless. That is not a answer. The UPS has large DC capacitors. These do go bad over time. The capacitors are required to maintain a good DC Buss and helps in assisting when putting the UPS in bypass and back online. You can not turn on the inverter with out precharging the capacitors. Get the part numbers of the caps and replace. Make sure UPS and batteries are off or you will get shocked.
I have gone through a few UPS, Im lucky to get 3 to 4 minutes if my power is cut.
I think most people plug too much into the UPS sockets.
The Battery backup protected sockets cant take the drain from everything over a prolonged period of time.
The nature of rechargable batteries means that when plugged permanently into a power supply they get damaged (li-on batterys especially).
Im afraid i cant help with this UPS, looks like you need a new 1.
I now only have my PC/Monitor/modem and router plugged into the UPS protected sockets.
Speakers / printer and other stuff are plugged into the unprotected sockets.
Do you have things connected to the UPS? You need to start it with nothing connected to it and allow it time to charge . If it is not starting with nothing attatched, then the battery has stayed dead for too long. You will need to replace the battery.
The receptacle is for 120 volt 3 wire connection. The white and black wires would be connectyed to the screw terminals on the receptacle. the red would not be used in this case, just the black, white , and green.
I have two ideas, One is that the software is not compatable with the hardware. You may need to get a newer copy of the software. Two the disk is damaged so you buy a resurfacing tool and see if any scratches can be removed.