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    Default Suggestion regarding UPS

    I was using a Crown Micro 1200va UPS for last 1 year 2 month. Till last month it used to give me enough backup to turn off my pc and run my router for 30 min+. All of a sudden it stopped giving backup and it goes off immediately when power is done.

    Need suggestion to buy a new UPS. Should I buy 2000VA ups? Or should I buy another 1250va or repair the existing one. Also I heard this days, UPS doesnt last more than a year. Is it true?

    I connect a 22 inch Monitor + Rig + Wifi Router + Modem provided by the ISP in the UPS


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    Get new batteries for it, might cost between 1150 - 1500 each.

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