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I had the power adapter tested and there was nothing wrong with that. It was the unit itself that died. It would have cost more to fix it than buying a new one. I was very disappointed that this would happen after only 2 years. I have since bought a different brand.
2. Reinsert the power adapter directly into the wall socket.
any power strips or surge protectors temporarily to ensure that these
items are not preventing the WAP54G proper operation.Note: Make sure that you are using the power adapter that came with your WAP54G.
4. Plug the power adapter into a different wall socket in another room.
5. Press and hold the reset button for 1 minute. Release the button. Then turn off the WAP54G for another minute. Then turn it back on.
6. If the power light is still red, then you will need to replace the WAP54G.
There are universal multi-voltage adapters available at electronic hobby shops, they are available with various adapter plugs. Make sure you connect the adapter plug that matches the power socket for the airport AND also make SURE you connect it with the right polarity and set it for 5 volt setting. If you reverse the polarity you could destroy the airport.
Try to use the game adapter as your wireless adapter to test if it is still working. Connect the game adapter to your PC and then configure it manually. Assign a static IP address on your PC same range as your game adapter and then configure the wireless settings same as your router. the Default IP address of the game adapter is 192.168.1..250.
YES!!!!! IT DOES NOT HAVE TO BE A SPECIFIC ETHERNET CORD TRY A REGULAR ONE OUT FIRST IF IT DOES NOT WORK IT WON'T SCREW ANYTHING UP IT WILL STILL BE WORKING JUST FINE SO JUST TRY A REGULAR ETHERNET CORD
Try typing 192.168.1.1 into your browser. That is usually the default address used by most routers and such. If that does not work then find an open source network scanner like Nmap and run it to determine the IP and then type it into your web browser. Word of caution these tools are for experts.
From what you said I gather that your AC/DC power supply (power brick) is not working (Suppling voltage to the router). Well this is a case of getting a new power supply. What you can do is find out the voltage output and the current output in amps of the Brick. This information is located in writing on the power brick. Take this information to your local electronics store and get a power brick that has the same voltage, polarity, and current rating as the old power brick.