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LIGHT SWITCH I BEEN HAVING PROBLEM WITH MY INTERNET I HAVE A WIRELESS ROUTER THAT IS CONNECT TO IT IN ORDER FOR ME TO LOG ON THE HUB IN SWITCH LIGHT WOULD HAVE TO BE ON IF NOT WOULD NOT BE ABLE TO LOG ON CAN YOU TELL ME HOW TO SWITCH ON THE LIGHT SWITCH.

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    Cary Micheau May 11, 2010

    please specify the brand name and model number

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What Model#, Name??
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