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UPS keeps blowing its breaker and powering off including all attatched to it

Had it for 3 years, unused for 8 months, when powered on, within 1 minute it opens the breaker and alarms off taking everything atttached with it. Not sure if it needs a battery or if something else. I have removed load (devices) from it to lower the draw and still has same result. Tripp-Lite
Model: SMART1500SLT
series AGSM1500DT

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Most likely, it is the battery! good luck!

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PLEASE READ CAREFULLY
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