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Turned off my system

I have the cyberpower 325sl and it turned off my system and then when i went to turn it back on it just turned on for 5 seconds then turned back off. this was during a heavy rainstorm. after the storm we tried again and its working fine. why did it do this? do i need a new one?

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Well, it did just what it's supposed to do, protect your system from bad power. You probably had a power failure during the thunderstorm and your UPS shut down your PC. When you turn it back on the battery was too low and it shut off you PC again.Check your UPS software in windows, you should have an option to run a self test. But it should be just fine.

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