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My wrt300n power light does not come on when trying to reinstall my wireless

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If the power light on your router wont come on , there are 3 possible reason for that:

The power outlet where the router is connected can be bad so what you can do first is to connect the router on a different power outlet and check if same problem.

The power adapter of your router is bad , so if you can try a different power adapter that will be good.

The router itself is bad after you tried those steps and still wont power on , so if the router is still under warranty better have it replace of call Linksys support via this number 800-3267114.

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No wireless light on your router is a sign that something can be wrong with it, this can be a configuration problem or a hardware/software issue on your router.
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Try to reset the router while it's and release the reset button after 30 seconds . (Use a pen) . Let me know if it's working. Add me in skype , my english_valet or yahoo ronaoclarit so that I can help you.

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Lost power on my WRT300N router. Power came back and now the power light is weak and all 4 port lights are on.


I had the exact same indications after a utility power spike.
Quite by accident, I discovered that the power supply to the WRT300N when fully seated into the router causes the lights (and the router!) to malfunction in this manner.
I pulled the power supply connection out gradually and the power light began to flash. Pulling the power supply even farther out eventually caused the power light to shine solid.
I don't know if this is a random manufacturer problem with just my WRT300N (V1.1) or if others may have a similar defect, but it's certainly worth a try!
Good Luck!

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I just rewired all my network connections, my wrt300n wireless indicator is not lit. The network is set up on a linksys broadband router on a cable modem and wrt300n was functioning properly when it was...


Try first resetting the router by pressing the reset button of the router fro 10 seconds while power is ON and then after that reconfigure the router.....

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the wireless connections says limited or no connectivity when it does not get IP address from the router.
There might be problem with the wireless settings of the router.
if your network is a secured network then you will need to check the network key.
You can try to upgrade the firmware of the router. that will be a good option.
Click Here for step by step solution

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Try going to the configuration page and check if it is sending a wireless signal.

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