Question about NetGear WGR614 Wireless Router
First check the power supply adapter with a multi-meter, the voltage should be 12 volts (the voltage is on the label on the adapter). If there is zero or near zero voltage the the adapter is faulty and needs to be replaced.
If the adaprer is OK then try resetting the router back to the factory default settings.
Power up the router and press the resrt button at the back of the router until the LEDs start flashing the release the reset button.
If this doesn't work then replace the faulty router, it is not worth fixing, the Netgeaar routers are not expensive.
Posted on Sep 29, 2009
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I see the WNDR3300 needs 12v at 1.5A according to the Manual, Maplin do a 12v 1.5A power supply (L47BL) for £19.99 see:-
if you DO get one of these (or simular), Make sure the centre connector is POSITIVE!
the maplin one has reversable adapters so it's easy on that one (once you have set it i'd suggest glueing it in position)
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