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4100 Light flash no connection

When I lost connection last night, I unplugged then re-plugged my 4100. The red power light began to flash 2x...2x...2x...2x...2x...2x...then 4 or 5 times... then back to 2x...2x...2x... etc, THe green lights flah on and off constantly.

Call services, waited connected. Tech advised traying another outlet for powere. But I remove the transformer for the phaone I was using and lost connection, he never called back.

Red flashing continues today - 8 hrs later, but green lights stay on longer.

Is modme dead? I have sbc (att) service- SHopuld I buy new modem? What do you reccommned I have the linksys wirelss router.

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  • Slim Rain Jul 21, 2008

    Tried re-connecting but to no avail I appreciate your input though! SBC is coming out to replace the modem Tues



    TY again!



    MCB

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*if the DSL light on your modem is blinking..
TRY: using different filters// check physical connection
IF: not resolved call ISP for a trouble ticket for their line department
*if all the lights constantly blinks
DO: purchase new modem, maybe deffective already or check if modem still under warranty so provider can replace it

NOTE: plug 4100 modem directly to the back of the computer tower without the linksys router and check if light status still the same...
HOW: cable connected from back of modem shud be plug in directly to port at the back of PC tower.. completly remove linksys and turn linksys off..

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