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There are numerous fuses (rectifier, inverter, charger, battery) on the 9135 that are located internal to the unit and not readily accessible to the user. Generally a blown fuse is accompanied by another component failure which caused the fuse to blow in the first place. As a result, additional troubleshooting and testing is usually required to identify the root cause of the failure. This of course leads to soliciting the services of a technician who has access to the schematics, test equipment, and parts to initiate a repair. Without the schematics, it's like working in the dark. For complete support, please contact Eaton (Eaton bought Powerware so now it's the Eaton 9135):
Hi, Eaton bought Powerware in 2004 and assumed the service for Best Power products. Here is the URL for legacy UPS products like the Unity/I: http://powerquality.eaton.com/Products-services/Legacy/Legacy-Products.asp You'll need to scroll down to the very end of the UPS section. In regards to parts and service, here is the contact info: Toll Free: 1 800 843 9433 International: +1 919 871 1800 E-mail: LargeUPSTS@Eaton.com