Question about Belkin Home Office 350VA (f6h350-usb-dl) UPS System
Some UPS have "Battery backup" and "Surge only" outlets. I don't know if it is the case for your model. The "Surge only" outlets are not connected to the battery and will go off during a power outage. Make sure that the equipement that need to keep running during the outage are connected to the "Battery backup".
Important: Never connect a laser printer to the "Battery backup" outlets because to power draw is just too high.
Have you made sure that the battery is connected inside the UPS? (If the battery is user-replacable)
You may do a simple experiment. Connect you UPS you a wall outlet and plug a conventionnal lamp to a battery backup outlet. Then, unplug the UPS from the wall. If the light goes off, then you may have a problem with your UPS.
Posted on Apr 21, 2008
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