Hi there, I have a UPS which seems to have blown up two capacitors inside. It is a cyberpower 2200VA UPS I was running the UPS from a generator when it must have surged or something ... there were two quite big puffs of smoke that came out of the fan exhaust of the UPS. And then the UPS was dead. I bought the unit second hand and now I am working out in Sierra Leone so there is no chance of getting it fixed on warranty - and very little chance of finding a reliable technician here. So I just wanted to ask some advice... I have basic electronic skills and no problems soldering so I wonder if this is something that can be fixed?! I opened it up and I find there are two capacitors that are completely blown and burnt apart. This is all I can see that appears to be damaged (although of course anything else on there could be busted). Is it likely that other components would have blown up? Or would the capacitors have blown first and saved everything else? If its just the capacitors I just need to replace them with an equivilant, right? Here is a photo of the blown components: duff.tv/UPS_blown.JPG Any advice is much appreciated. I realise its almost impossible to advise from a single photo .. but anything would be appreciated. Thanks again, Michael EDIT: The UPS is not actually completely dead. If I try and turn it on (when not plugged into power point) the lights on the front flash to indicate no power source ... just like they normally would do.