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CNET PowerSwitch CNSH-1600

Hi, If I plug the power cable in, all the lights flashes. If they flash there is no internet. Everything is right in but all the lights flash. Please help me.

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  • yashan.co.in Jul 30, 2008

    tere are two solutions follow them carefully.

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    enose38 Jan 24, 2012

    Thanks for nothing.

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