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When I hook it up the router port does not light up.

This is on an 802.11  a/b/g  EOC-5610 EnGenius wireless outdoor access point. If I play around with the Power injector connections and unplug the LAN and POE connections about 30 or 40 times it finally comes on and works.

The system is a new replacement. Is there and easy fix or do I have to return it?

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Please check the POE after cable with lan tester if its working perfectly now its problem in radio

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