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No response from the router

My father plugged the wrong power supply into the router. (10V into a 5V)
Cracked open the case and nothing looks shot but the diode is suspected to the problem.

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If when you now plug the correct power supply in you get no lights then the router is dead. If it is in warranty then you should be OK (I wouldn't mention the 10V power supply!). If not you may find someone to repair it, but it is probably cheaper to buy a new one.

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