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LOSING SIGNAL ON 2WIRE1800HG

I had my 2wire router in the same location for 6 months and always get good connection regardless of where i am in the house with my powerbook. All of a sudden not connecting, not even picking up the router unless i get really close - is there some kind of routine maintenance i should be doing to the router??

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First power down the router and switch it back on after waiting about 30 seconds.

Did you move anything around the house close to the router which might cause interference. Microwaves and TV's are rogues when it comes to interfereing with wireless signals

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