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Make sure the power adaptor you are using is the correct one for the router. the adaptor will be labeled with an output voltage, make sure it matches the label on the router. In the case that the router requires the typical 5-volts, and you have connected a 9-volt, you may have made a brick.
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Posted on Dec 28, 2008
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