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CyberPower 1500VAR LCD light flashing. I replaced the batteries, but will still go back to flashing after about 5 seconds.

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Needs a new batter most likely. The same thing happened to my CPS825AVR that I use in my home office. Emails to CyberPower went unanswered so I had to solve it on my own. It uses a lead acid battery much like those used in emergency lighting, and not unlike a battery in your car. It will initially fail to keep your electronics on after a power failure, just shutting off and beeping like mad. Then it will fail to stay on entirely. Try holding down the red reset button for a period of time. It may reset, but chances are it will not work after you unplug it from the wall to simulate a power outage, and will need to be reset again.

For me the first failure occurred when the unit was left in storage. Like most batteries a lead acid battery if left uncharged will deteriorate and be unable to hold a charge. The second battery purchased online just failed after barely more than one year. It was a battery made by Werker, which is a very common replacement battery for emergency lighting also. At this point I am not going to spend any more money in this unit. It is unclear to me as to whether it is a lousy battery or the unit is unable to maintain a charge in such a way that the battery will survive a long life.

I will buy a UPS made by APC, I am using an APC for my entertainment system now. They are more readily supported and offer more options with regard to replacement batteries. I suggest finding a model to suit your needs and then search to see what support there is for it. I got about 5 years out of the first battery and was able to easily get a replacement online. The APC batteries are also relatively competitive in pricing so there is less need to pursue an aftermarket brand.
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Atypically if this is an older unit what you have is an issue with the battery. It will no longer hold a charge.

You will nee d to go to the vendor site and look for a replacement battery.

In some cases it may be less headache and cost just to buy a new one.
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Cyberpower 725SL Intelligent Back Up Power: This unit now just flashes on / off. When I press the red button and then back on again - it continues to flash on / off. I have tried plugging it into other...

It would appear that you need to replace the battery on this unit.
You could get a new battery from a local battery specialty store like Batteries Plus or Interstate Battery, or online at www.replacementupsbattery.com. A new battery would be about $30. If you took your old battery there, they could recycle your old one, as well as match it up with the correct one you would need (BP9-12 battery).
We have a 3 year warranty on all our battery back up units. If you have any questions, you could contact us here at CyberPower Systems Technical Support at 877-297-6937, M-F 8-5 Central, or email us at [email protected].
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When you push in the red button - the green power light comes on for about 5 seconds = then the light goes out and the device plays a single long beep for about 5-8 seconds.

Given the dialogue here - I took out the battery and bough a brand new BB replacement battery and returned it into the unit as it should. The device continues to have the same behavior.

So it is NOT always a new battery that will fix the system.
Don't jump into spending $30.00 for a replacement.
Look into this further or you'll wind up wasting your money.



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CyberPower battery backup units carry a connected equipment guarantee.
Please contact the Claims Department at CyberPower Systems at 877-297-6937.
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