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Need a UPS part. Where do I find it?

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I'm not sure if this is the right area to post this, but I couldn't find a better spot... so,

Half the pixels of the LCD display on my CyberPower PR1500LCD stopped working. Its completely unreadable now. I can still control it with the software, but I still want to replace it since you can't even turn the thing off without being able to select "OFF" on the screen. Problem is the warranty expired half a year ago and I can't afford an entire new UPS. These things are pricey!

Does anyone know where I can find a replacement control panel or at least an LCD screen so I can hire someone to switch the old screen with a new one? Those jerks at CyberPower won't help me at all in the slightest with this, so I'm angry with them. They could at least sell me a part or tell me who can.... but my guess is I'll have to find someone with a broken one and buy the control panel from them.

Wait... can I even switch panels on these or are they programmed only to work with the one they came with, or is each one programmed with specific information about the individual unit they were sold with?

Diagram in the manual shows what I'm talking about below. The manual is five lines down on the left, "PR1500LCD User Manual"

Needless to say I'm definitely going to think twice before buying anything from them again.

Edited by Drahadis - Today at 8:59 am '); }
Date: May 19, 2017   


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