Confusion!… Laparoscopy or ‘Open’ Cabinet Surgery…
Laparoscopy?.. na na.. For that I will have to break my UPS Cabinet. Bah!
I preferred ‘Open’ Cabinet Surgery.. :-)…
Theater is equipped with all necessary tools: Multimeter, soldering iron, screwdriver and tester.
Before opening the Cabinet, I looked through the ventilation holes…
This is what I managed to see,
“About 200cm proximal to the ileocaecal valve(terminal ileum) — multiple large ulcers and one of them had a visible pulsating vessel waiting to rupture.”
🙂 Actually I forgot to take photos of the battery terminal which was fully covered with fungi (A close up photo of this would be really nice). I could hardly see some thing like what a Dr has explained about the cause of gastrointestinal (GI) bleeding (stated above)…. :-).
I opened the cabinet. The battery connector terminals were totally corroded and were covered with green and white powder fungus. The rest of the circuitary seemed to be healthy.
I removed corroded connectors, cleaned the wires and replaced the terminal connectors with a new pair. To prevent recurrence of corrosion, applied a smear of petroleum jelly to the connectors before remaking them and again afterwards, covering all outermost surfaces of the connector and the battery terminal.
Now my UPS is perfectly all right.. 🙂