Electronic devices, such as your computer and television, can be ruined instantly by lightning and other mighty peaks of voltage. Smaller surges, such as a hairdryer or refrigerator, can cause electrical appliances to fail over time. To protect your electronic devices, you need high-quality surge voltage connected to all of your programmable devices. Overvoltage protection diverts everything, to sudden high voltage rises into the ground safely. Reset your surge protection to restore stability after a surge.
- Press the reset button down on your surge protector. You should see the red light on your surge protection come on and restore the power of your equipment. The surge protector’s light provides the only way to know if you have a surge protector working.
- Unplug any equipment connected to your surge protector, and then press the reset button again, if the rest of the first time does not have restore operations.
- Reconnect each piece of equipment, in one piece at a time, to determine which part of the equipment may be a problem.
- Replace your surge protector if you do not see the surge protector coming on. A light indicator you have failed a damaged surge protector.
Tips and Warnings
- Always plug your surge protector directly into a three-pronged grounding receptacle. Do not use adapters, plug your surge protector into another surge protector, or plug an extension cord into a surge protector. These practices, known as “chaining,” may void your surge protection warranty.