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Router WRT54G no Power led on

Hi, my router suddenly stop working, I conected the Power supply this is the status of the lights: Power ON led is off, the DMZ led is off, WLAN is off and the internet led blinks sometimes during booting, the 4 Ethernet leds are solid on, the router seems to be turned off, but there is not response when reseting the router neither when pressing the Cisco Systems boton. If I run the dianostic from my laptop it says that there is nothing connected. I already proved the Power Supply line and the DC adaptator and it is ok, so it should be an internal problem any sugestion before to proceed opening the router? Thanks

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I have the same problem, only difference is Internet LED is solid ON all the time. All these 5 LED's inmediately gets ON after connecting the Power supply (no really booting?).

Any solution so far??

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HAVE YOU PRESSED THE RESET BUTTON ON REAR OF ROUTER (LEFT SIDE).IF NOT TRY THAT OR FOR MORE INFO CONTACT TECH SUPPORT AThttp://www.linksys.com/servlet/Satellite?c=L_Product_C2&childpagename=US%2FLayout&cid=1149562300349&pagename=Linksys%2FCommon%2FVisitorWrapperRICHARDM69

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