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My router does not seem to be working right; the power light is flashing very quickly and the signal is not being transmitted. how do i get my router to work again?

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Press the reset button on the router. Hold it down for 30 seconds. release the reset button. Wait for 1 minute. unplug the power cable to the router and plug it back in.
Wait for 1 minute and check if the power light is Solid on the router.
If the power light on the router is flashing then the router is not working. Try to reset the router again. To press the reset button on the router use a paper clip or ball point pen.
If the power light is still flashing then try to reset the router again. If still the same thing then you will need to new router.

If the power light is sold then you can try to reconfigure the router.
Click Here for step by step by instructions

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