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Yes; the pass phrase is only about 9 digits long. Go back to the router and setup the WEP security again. You are possibly trying the long version that sometimes is displayed, but that is not the one. Enter a pass phrase (this is used to generate the code), then hit the 'Generate' key, and the code will be listed.

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