Solved cyberPower battery Backup UPS model cp750lcd

March 1, 2014 at 11:13:32
Specs: Windows 7
pluging device into every outlet in my home and the wiring default light comes on every time. I know that my outlets are not bad... what do I do?

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#1
March 1, 2014 at 13:35:11
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Apparently, that can be disabled. Read the FAQ.

http://www.cyberpowersystems.com/su...

For my Online UPS system, what does it mean when the Site Wiring Fault LED is flashing, on, or off?
The Site Wiring Fault LED will indicate three statuses:

Led On: The site wiring fault function is enabled and a site wiring fault is present.
Led Off: The site wiring fault function is disabled.
Led Flash: The Site wiring fault function is enabled and there is no site wiring fault.

When the input power is normal the Site wiring fault LED will flash.

To disable this function, press the Site wiring fault LED button for 10 sec when the UPS is plugged in to wall power and the UPS is off.
To enable this function, press the Site wiring fault LED button for 10 sec when the UPS is plugged in to wall power and the UPS is off.

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#2
March 2, 2014 at 06:07:07
First of all, how do you know you do not have a reverse polarity, or open neutral issue with your home wiring. Go to the hardware are buy a simple tester to check for faults.

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#3
March 2, 2014 at 10:29:17
I doubt that she has a lost neutral on every circuit, in the house. There would have been a lot of problems before now.

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#4
March 2, 2014 at 12:07:38
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As per #3 above, that is not necessarily true. I have seen when the bonding neutral came loose or was removed. Newer homes have plastic water lines so the main bond is via a grounding rod driven into the ground by the meter. This connection is vulnerable.

I am not saying that is the issue but it is certainly worth checking instead of assuming there is no problem. It can be dangerous.


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#5
March 2, 2014 at 19:27:42
There is no doubt that the grounding rod my not be doing it's job but that's not the same as a lost neutral. Is it?

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#6
March 3, 2014 at 07:57:11
Well, for the investment of about $5 the OP can buy a tester to find out if the wiring is correct or not. seeing as how there is some question about that, I would advise spending the $5.

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#7
March 3, 2014 at 18:12:56
I have a $5 tester & one of my retired Local 3 IBEW friends has been bugging me to throw it in the garbage, for the last 5 years or so. One of the reasons, for that is it won't tell me, if there is a lost neutral, among other things. A proper tester would be around $25.

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