If it is the single light to the left of the batery symbol it means "Potential Battery Failure". I have a pdf of the manual that I found at a different forum site. I am not sure how to post an attachment here. E-mail me and I will send it to you.
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No. Most UPS's should have a Solid Green Led on if the unit is running good. This might be indication that UPS has batteries that are not charging completely which mean they are depleting. How old is this UPS and the batteries? Have you changed the batteries yet? Need more info. Do you still have the manual. Always keep UPS manual handy. I have a ton of manuals but not for these little UPS. Mine are for 10kVA to 1000kVA 480v to 208v. Anyways hope I helped.
According to the manual I have, that is a site wiring fault. It means that there is no ground on your AC line coming into the unit.
If you e-mail me, I will send you the pdf of the manual.
Press and HOLD the power button on/off..until the unit goes into the standby mode...unfortunately there is not a switch on the back of the unit so you are required to literally unplug the unit...which will completely power down the unit.