Question about Fellowes 99052 UPS 425VA Battery Backup (BP99052) UPS System
The system was working fine. We moved, and after moving the unit won't power up at all. I checked the battery and it only has 1.9 Volts. There is power going into the system on the 120V side. I can press the power button but nothing happens. Not sure where the A/C Fuse is located at. Tested 2ea 30A Fuses and they are fine. Any help would be appreciated.
When moving UPS batteries you need to unplug them from the unit internally to keep them from discharging completely. If the battery is beyond 2 y/o it is probably shot.
I would NOT replace the battery however in a "possibly-bad" unit. The cost of purchasing an entirely new unit (locally, without shipping cost) is just too inexpensive.
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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