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CyberPower 325SL backup system

I have a CyberPower 325SL backup system w/ an internal battery and lately it has been plugged into another surge protector and has worked fine. I took it out to use it separately and now it will not work properly. The battery charges and when I plug in/ turn on the surge protector the "Power On" light comes on for about 5 seconds and then the system turns off and starts to make the characteristic long beep. I've tried turning it on and off and also have plugged it into several outlets in the house and the problem seems to be with the surge protector.

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That's a tell tale sign of wornout batteries. They last about 3-4 years in a UPS like this. Here's a replacement: http://www.batteryinternational.com/cyber-power-cps325sl-ups-battery-ups-batteries-f1.html

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How old is the unit and have you ever replaced the batteries?

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SOURCE: CyberPower 325SL won't work...

NEVER mix surge protectors and UPS!!!. Doing so overloads whoever of the two gets connected to the wall. This equipment is built to be plugged DIRECTLY to the wall. Your unit just crossed it's inner battery. Take it to a recycling center, then stop on your favorite electronis shop and buy a new one.

Posted on Sep 21, 2007

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