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I have a linksys router and ps3 with the ethernet but from time to time it disconnects, and says no ethernet cable connected this is driving me crazy can you help

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    Thanks a lot this router is kinda old i guess its time for a new one, you have a good day thanks.

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Linksys routers are known for dropping signal. Nothing is wrong with your PS3, it is your router. You might want to contact Linksys but if it is under warranty you should return to the store and try again.

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