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Ethernet router not working

I have had a D-Link Ethernet router for about three years, no problems until recently, after a lightning storm it has failed to work. Turne things off and back on. I tried the reset, but it is pretty deep so may not have got it. $50 new. Is it junk?
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More like lightning toast..time for a new one..and protect it with some power protection this time.




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