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The beeping may actually be your pc attempting to tell you something. Count the number of beeps, and then search for your machine make, model, and number of beeps. Also, are any of the lights on the front of the machine flashing. Check to see if the flashing is constant, or if there is a pattern.
The Edenpure Gen4 and US-1000 have a set of 3 - 500 watt bulbs that generate the heat. You'll likely need to buy a new set of bulbs every heating season ($60)
or pay an Edenpure service center $100-140 to replace them for you. (Almost imossible to get SCI to cover the the bulbs under their so-called warranty)
Unfortunately, despite the hype printed on the box and Suarez Corporation Industries advertising, those bulbs last less than 500 hours of operation in those heaters. Suarez Manufacturing Industries/Pinnacle Systems have no engineering staff nor did they perform any durability testing on the heaters or any heater components.
Thus you, as the consumer, are stuck with continually the bulbs (in the US-1000 and Gen4 at least).
You can push and hold the on button to start a self test. Or you can turn off the UPS. Unplug it from the wall. disconnect the batteries and push the on button to reset the logic. if that wont work return it.
The beeps are probably BIOS beep error codes. Through a series of long and short beeps the computer communicates computer problems that occur early in the startup processes. It's likely the problem isn't your monitor but something in your computer box itself. If you can tell us what the pattern is we can start diagnosing your problem. We'll also need to know the manufacturers name, the specific model computer you have and what operating system you are running.