Question about Linksys Wireless-G WRT54G Router
Hi my name is Ammar and i purchased WRT54G and when i received it i connected one of the Ethernet Port to my Computer NIC and i plugged the router adapter to the outlet without noticing the adapter is working on 110V not on 220V so i saw smok rising from the adapter so i unplugged it.
I have an adapter the work in 220V but its current is 200mA not 500mA and when i plugged it, all LEDs in the router are flashing and i can not communicate with the router................. So tell me what is wrong and did i damage the router?????????!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Thank you in advance
Please reply me as fast as you can
That linksys router u purchesed in out side america right might be u r using this in asia pasific so the power adapter u got with the box its comparatable only in USA the in put and out put voltage is different
out put voltage is -->12V, 1.0A Max
in put voltage is -->100V - 240V>so u need to get a power convertor u can get it in local market rate me solved if its helps thx
Posted on Nov 25, 2007
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