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Code f05 What is a F05 Error in my APC UPS BR900GI?

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SOURCE: Overload light in APC RS 800 UPS

it seems that the inverter circuit of your UPS is dying. the solution here is you have to open up the UPS and check the inverter circuit. to make easier, check the power mosfet if its leaking.

Posted on Aug 14, 2009

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SOURCE: APC Back-UPS ES 500: green light flashes&continuous warning tone

On this unit, the likely culprit is the battery and that it needs to be replaced.

With that, you may want to think about the pros and cons of replacement versus buying an entirely new unit.

This unit is a relatively low end ups and the surge supression uses MOVs that wear out with repeated absorption of energetic spikes. That's why the better (and higher cost) UPSs and surge suppressors don't use them. They're not really that good anyway due to their relatively high transient impedance. The better equipment uses a "transorb" -- basically a back-to-back high voltage zener diode optimized for low breakover impedance and high instantaneous power capability. Unless the transient exceeds the design parameters of the circuit, these do not wear out and do not degrade. That being said, I will assume that you would likely replace this unit with a similar one.
The flashing may not be the battery at all and may be the charging circuitry, thus your new battery may not live very long (half the life that you would expect.

Many batteries out there are refurbs and have issues as all used parts do.

If you contact APC, they will likely give you a 35% discount on purchasing a new product.

The difference in price in the battery replacement vs. ups replacement at this level may only be a few dollars more.

I promise that I am not a UPS salesman, I just deal with many on a daily basis; therefore I am giving my two cents to try to thelp you avoid problems a year from now.

Posted on Dec 30, 2009

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SOURCE: APC UPS no power

The unit might have a dead battery, blow fuse, or a bad board.
Your best bet is to talk to an APC rep. Worst case, APC has a trade in program, and can give you a discount on a new one.
Good luck.

Try Chatting with an APC Support agent online.
Here is their direct link:
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Posted on Feb 07, 2008

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Check that water is draining out o/k and that the outlet hose is not kinked or restricted.
Make sure pump is o/k.
if it has a removable filter at the front, then remove and clean.
If no exterior filter, then remove rear panel of waher, locate pump at bottom right of m/c. undo the clip that secures the large black hose to the bottom of tub, and remove the hose.
Remove and clean plastic filter inside the hose.
Refit and make sure the hose is on properly, test for leaks.
Hopefully, this will solve the prob.
Plz rate my solution.
Thanks.

Posted on Jan 06, 2009

barkencoa
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SOURCE: indesit wixe127 error code F05

F05 means that the pressure switch is jammed on full, this is the switch that controls the water level.
It could be a faulty switch, a blocked hose to the switch, or a pump blockage.
Check pump first to see if it is draining o/k.
If o/k ,then there is not a lot more that you can do, unless you are conversant with washers and know how to check pressure switch and pressure chamber and hose for blckage or malfunction.
I would suggest that you call some one in if you can not sort it yourself.

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Posted on Jan 14, 2009

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Well An F05 is a water temperature sensor error.

This occurs if there is a problem detected during the heating step of the wash cycle.

You will need to check the Water Temperature Sensor, Heating Element and the Heating Element Relay.

But as you says that your washer is only 4 months old so why don't you ask for warranty......
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Error code F05 means pressure switch jammed on full.
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