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My aunt plugged the d-link adaptor(110v) to a 220v outlet.. and after that it didn't seem to turn on.. any advice how to solve this problem?

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Your aunt likely fried the router as it was not built for such a high voltage. You best bet is to return the router and get it exchange for a new one, if it's still in warranty. If not, then you may need to buy a new router.

Posted on Mar 25, 2011

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