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Powerware 5125 1500VA battery service Indicater is flashing

The battery service Indicater is flashing and 5125 won't power up.. Unit had initially powered up. Went down and won't power up when you hold down the on button..New out of the box 5125 1500VA .

Does the unit have to be on for the batteries to charge or can you just plug the unit into the AC outlet?

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