APC 600 Voltage Regulator

Good day,
                     I have an APC 600 voltage regulator that have the 3 lights blinking. Does this have a fuse to change or something?
Arkel ThompsonI.T Technician/FounderAsked:
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Dr. KlahnPrincipal Software EngineerCommented:
There are many APC UPS models which are numbered 600 -- the RS600, BN600G, NS600, and more.

Please have a look at the label on the unit and let us know the specific unit.
You should be able to find the manual for that at the APC web site at https://www.apc.com/ and find the authoritative answer.  I try to download manuals for everything I own as they can be rather useful over the life of the device.
andyalderSaggar maker's bottom knockerCommented:
Gosh, never seen an APC Automatic Voltage Regulator. Lots of UPSs but the AVR is a rarity. Probably faulty if it is indicating input voltage is above *and* below nominal.
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Arkel ThompsonI.T Technician/FounderAuthor Commented:
Good day, the model number is LE600. I connected it again and now the Undervoltage indicator is blinking but no power coming out from the outlets. I did try getting the manual online but was not successful.
andyalderSaggar maker's bottom knockerCommented:
I couldn't find a manual either, just the single sheet user guide. The only controls are the on/off switch and the input voltage switch and it will work on normal mains with the input switch set wrong although it will indicate overvolts or undervolts more often that way. Pretty cheap to buy a replacement if in USA, for some reason the 230V model is twice the price of the 120v one.

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Arkel ThompsonI.T Technician/FounderAuthor Commented:
Thanks you all for the suggestions and assistance.
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