All the battery websites I go to show a top terminal one battery replacement for this unit and they say thats correct. The case will NOT ALLOW a top terminal setup and needs two batteries side by side with SIDE terminals.
WHO SELLS THE CORRECT BATTERY ?? I can't even get a response from BELKIN..
Thanks, Bob Engelman, Mt Vernon, NY
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If the device is over a few years old, then the batteries are probably dead. If so, they can be replaced. Below link shows some photos of the device once opened.
OK - I'll ask the simple question first, so don't think I'm being crappy...
When you hooked the wires back up to the batteries that were replaced, did you hook them back up as they originally were? (I ran into this problem myself earlier today. I put one of the batteries in upside down and didn't have them hooked up correctly.)
Red terminal on the front battery goes to the black terminal on the back battery, then the black terminal on the first battery goes to the circuit board. Red terminal on the back battery goes to the power supply.
Hope that helps. It sure is a pain the change these batteries out.
shut down the comp and the ups unplug the cable from the comp and plug it in to the ups i/p take the iec male to female cable that came with the ups and plug male into ups o/p and then female into your comp
look around the box and nottify the screw point open these screw and look for red and black cables that indicate the polarity of positive and negative, make sure the positive goes to it position as well as the negative on the new batteries.