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1000 VA 600W-S/N:20436760610. Unit failed after

Ultra 1000 VA 600W-S/N:20436760610. Unit failed after less than 2 years use. Wattage well below allowable parameters. Unit will not even pass through voltage to usable components. Attempts to turn on results in short "beep", and fast blink of purple pilot then, nothing. Any suggestions?

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I have gone through a few UPS, Im lucky to get 3 to 4 minutes if my power is cut.
I think most people plug too much into the UPS sockets.
The Battery backup protected sockets cant take the drain from everything over a prolonged period of time.
The nature of rechargable batteries means that when plugged permanently into a power supply they get damaged (li-on batterys especially).
Im afraid i cant help with this UPS, looks like you need a new 1.
I now only have my PC/Monitor/modem and router plugged into the UPS protected sockets.
Speakers / printer and other stuff are plugged into the unprotected sockets.

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