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On my Belkin Surge Master the red light for grounded is on and the green light for protected is on.
Does this mean it is not working proprerly? It is an older model that I got about 5 years ago.
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The green light means that the surge protection circuit is working. The red light just tells you that the unit is connected to the mains and that it's switched on.
It's working fine.

Edited by pip22, 01 April 2007 - 10:25 AM.

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So, the grounded light doesn't need to be green? I thought that since it was red it meant that it was not grounded and there was a problem.
Everything is okay??
Thanks.
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