Question about Newpoint (200897) (DHN200897) UPS System

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No back-up when current goes my computer and ups switches off without i getting to shut it down. when i un-plug the ups it just cuts off. i am not getting no back-up time

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  • nerdman Oct 21, 2007

    this is nerdman, i didnot connect it when i first set it up. how do i check the battery

  • nerdman Oct 23, 2007

    its the newpoint 200897. i tried running it without load and it came on, like it was working but the battery level was jumping from 100-18.. an if it has any load it just cuts off.. giving no backup

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YOur UPs is defective. Check the battery. DId you connect it when you first set it up?



Hope this helps.

Posted on Oct 21, 2007

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