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Just because a battery is new, does not mean it comes fully charged; or is not defective.
Plug in the UPS, make sure it is turned off, don't have any peripherals plugged into it; and let it charge overnight.
Depending on the size of the battery, it may take longer than overnight to charge it.
Once it is at a fully charged state, then plug in any peripherals and turn the UPS on.
If you run into the same problem, one of two things might be occurring; a.) you may have a defective charging circuit in the Back-UPS itself, or b.) the battery may be defective...
If you have a multimeter, test the battery's voltage, if it's low, place it on a trickle charger rated to the battery voltage; and see if it charges. Replace the battery into the UPS and run it as usual; if the battery goes dead, you know the charging circuitry in the UPS is defective.
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