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I unplugged my two UPS's because of the lightning storm, but vcan't get my APC up and running again.  The Belkin simply requires the touch of a button.  The APC isn't that easy.

Can someone please tell me the start command to load up the UPS?  The lights are flashing, and the UPS is not powering on.

Should I press and hold?  Push twice?  It's always a mystery to me, and I can't find the manual.

thanks,
newbieweb
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Generally it should work if you press the button and hold it.
What lights are flashing? Just the power light, or also the replace battery light?
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it's finally working.

Thanks,
newbieweb
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