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Wolsey wps 100/1 have a problem with it cutting out - the green light disappears for no obvious reason and therefore the connection hence no digital tv. any suggestions please?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I went thru this a couple of days ago. The repairman change the bulb and my TV was fix in 15 Min. I too have a Sony 60 inch WEGA. Now that I know I can change the bulb myself, but there's a hazmat issue on the bulb. goog luck.
I went thru this a couple of days ago. The repairman change the bulb and my TV was fix in 15 Min. I too have a Sony 60 inch WEGA.
Now that I know I can change the bulb myself, but there's a hazmat issue on the bulb.
Posted on Oct 23, 2007
SOURCE: there is a green light
WPS means Wi-fi Protected Setup its a kind of wireless security for the router. There are two methods of activating it either by push button(Which you tried) and other is manual for that you can log into the Router setup page using "Http://192.168.2.1" in the Internet explorer and enter the pin code printed under the router. You should click on "Wi-fi protected setup" towards the left side of the page and leave the password field blank and click submit and enter the code and click on "Start" or Apply changes. The reason why it didnt work through the button is probably because your laptop might not be in range or switched off. It has a utility installed on your laptop which recognizes the connection and let it protect using WPS.
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Posted on Dec 16, 2010
SOURCE: What is the reason for
Its to allow you to connect wireless devices to your router without having to be able to know how to do it
This is the mandatory baseline model; every Wi-Fi Protected Setup certified product must support it.
Support of this model is mandatory for APs and optional for STAs
Posted on Feb 15, 2011
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