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I have a powerline adaptor and it is connected in both areas the one that is connected to the router is not showing signal and the light on the back of the router where it is pluged in is not lite up. Any suggestions?

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The powerline adaptor is faulty or the router is dead.
Has a fuse blown somewhere, are all the plugs in right?

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