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BE325R half work

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BE325R half work

This was originally posted on APC forums on 12/4/2011


Hi,

I was cleanning up my basement this summer and I found I still have 2 BE325R unpacked in its boxes. I guess it's time to put them into use.

However, after I connect it (install battery first of course), there is no greet lit on it. Only surge outlets are working, not the battery outlet. Is it possible the battery is dead? Is there a way to rejuvinate the battery as it's not being used. Or should I preass any magic button to reset it? Thanks.

Wolverine


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Re: BE325R half work

This reply was originally posted by Chris on APC forums on 12/5/2011


How long have these units been sitting not being used? If it's been more than 6 months or so, the batteries are likely dead and will need to be replaced. The replacement battery is the RBC47.

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Re: BE325R half work

This reply was originally posted by Chris on APC forums on 12/5/2011


How long have these units been sitting not being used? If it's been more than 6 months or so, the batteries are likely dead and will need to be replaced. The replacement battery is the RBC47.