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I would check the resistor going to the voltage regulator and see if it either has a bad solder joint, or is shorted.

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Hello from America Dragoljub!

I can give you a general answer. I have not worked with this specific Mustek UPS, so the answer will not be specific. However, it should be enough information to help you to fix the problem. I work daily with many UPS and this is a common problem.

I do not believe that you have an equipment problem. It looks to be a configuration problem.

This is very often because of the UPS setup. When the UPS is configured, an output voltage must be selected. It appears that your UPS is configured for USA output voltage (120 volts RMS, about 165 volts peak measurement).

I am sorry that I do not have specifics to tell you how to configure your UPS. This information should be enough to help you solve your problem, though. Consult your UPS manual and find how to re-configure your UPS for 235 volts output and you will be OK.

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