Help bros. I bought this kettle and after using it once, our inverter made beeping sounds stopped working and shit the bed. Can't find technician due to lockdown. The voltage was too much to handle? What should i do before father starts beating me?
>>299507 >>299507 You're a faggot for plugging it into a ups outlet. Don't do that again. There's a breaker right behind the inverter, that might have tripped. Check that. If still doesn't turn on, there's a fuse. You have to unscrew kind of a bottle cap looking thing. You should really replace the fuse with another fuse because retards like yourself keep plugging high power shit into the wrong sockets, but in dire cases like when you can already hear your own painful screams, it is OK to put a small piece of copper from a wire into it. Check your main breaker and main fuse as well.
>>299518 >You're a faggot for plugging it into a ups outlet. I don't understand how i was supposed to use it. There was no powercut while i plugged it.
>>299523 Was the socket connected to the UPS? I am asking this because in my house there are only 4 sockets that are connected to UPS, they are the only ones that work in a power cut. >>299521 see that black thing above the black wire on the left? inspect that. it looks like a fuse. i have no idea why it says 'main circuit breaker' though. also check for the actual circuit breaker. i don't know where it could be on this model. >>299522 as far as I understand, even when there is no power cut, current still goes through the UPS (need someone to confirm this though). so when you plug it into a UPS enabled outlet, you are pulling current through the UPS anyway. it has a maximum current rating which, if exceeded, trips the breaker or fuse. you plugged in a 2200 watt electric kettle into it, which is about 10 amps of current. Seems like the limit of many UPS is about 1000 w or less (although I remember a 3 HP treadmill plugged into a UPS socket in my house once. Worked fine... and then the power went down, but inverter still held up somehow. the lights were all dimming but it was working. an electric kettle did overload the ups though.
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