Usually these routers have a reset function. Look at your users guide for the actual reset button. Sometimes the reset button is accessed with the use of a paper clip, which is pushed into the reset hole. This will reset the router back to factory defaults. You will lose all settings, so it would be a good idea to jot down on paper whatever settings you have applied for connectivity, so that you will be able to reapply those settings again afterwards.
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If I am not mistaken I think you used the power adapter from 302g to 502t?, if yes try simply using the adapter that came with 502t, also please try any other power source from wall socket and try replacing your power bar. If nothing comes up then it could be hardware failure.
I had the same issue with my Dlink router but that was simply the power surge that effected my Dlink router as being continous ON.
I recommend to start using power surge they add a little cost but are really big time savers for things which have to stay ON.
Hope that helped!