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DI-524 WAN LIGTH

Dlink DI-524 wan led is not ligth-Please update on the reasons behind?

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  • bompart Nov 27, 2008

    the electrical plug and adaptor is ok, after plug the adaptor to the router all the indicator led ligth lit and only still lit the power, the WLAN, the link and status is blinking, but WAN dont.

    I change the cable to this point but nothing change.

    In this conditions is possible tha the router is damage ?

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Ensure that the electrical plug is intact, if you saw no led light lit at all on all indicator check the adaptor itself, if you have a tester you can try to test the end connector to see if there is a DC power line that is coming out.
if not either the adaptor is defective nor the reouter itself is burned out

Posted on Nov 27, 2008

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