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BE750G Problem

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BE750G Problem

This was originally posted on APC forums on 6/19/2013


I just got four BE750G's... on one of them the 'Master Enable' light is on... But, the power light is NOT on... all of the others, both lights are lit... all four are working... just the one, is working, but has no power light...

It's strange... What could be wrong with it???

The only difference that I'm aware of is that all are connected to Windows 8 computers... and the strangely acting one is connected to Kubuntu 13.04 - 64bit computer...

So, what could the problem be, and is there a way to fix it???


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Re: BE750G Problem

This reply was originally posted by Angela on APC forums on 6/19/2013


I just want to double check - did you see that LED ever work? There is no reason that they should be different and the only thing coming to mind is a bad LED. It seems very improbable but I suppose it could happen. It certainly does not matter what OS or what you have connected to it (and if you felt otherwise, you could try swapping them between your systems, if possible) but I'd have to lean towards that bad LED.

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Re: BE750G Problem

This reply was originally posted by Angela on APC forums on 6/19/2013


I just want to double check - did you see that LED ever work? There is no reason that they should be different and the only thing coming to mind is a bad LED. It seems very improbable but I suppose it could happen. It certainly does not matter what OS or what you have connected to it (and if you felt otherwise, you could try swapping them between your systems, if possible) but I'd have to lean towards that bad LED.