[geeks] Well, bugger. SU3000 still isn't playing nice.
phil.stracchino at speakeasy.net
Wed Jun 22 07:47:06 CDT 2005
Charles Shannon Hendrix wrote:
> I don't believe he has 30A... he was just hacking the plug to make it
> work (get around the blade orientation).
> To the OP: you might check for silly things like the 110/220 setting on
> the unit, and also check unit fuses. My 1920VA UPS has several fuses.
Yeah, I can try opening it up and checking fuses. Good call.
> Another possibility is that the batteries are dead or miswired. The
> momentary flash of life is usually what I see when that is the case.
Given that they have APC's standard quick-plug connector, I don't see
how they can be miswired. Can they be so dead the UPS doesn't even
power on and give a battery-failure alert?
> If the wiring fault detector is working, it should remain lit, not just
Right, that was my thinking.
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