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Old 02-22-2009, 04:56 AM   #1
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If anybody can assist with this one I would be grateful - Thanks.

My wireless broadband is suddenly dead. I am able to use the ntl router by attaching a cable from the PC. My D-Link DI-624 appears to have no power i.e. no lights at all. There is power to the wall socket, but I dont know how to test if it is the router at fault or the power adapter that was supplied with it. Any ideas please

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Old 02-22-2009, 10:48 AM   #2
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If there are no lights on the router and the socket is good, the router or the P/S has a problem. I believe that's the diagnostics required.

You need a voltmeter to test the adapter.
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Johnwill. Thanks very much for your assistance, I'll get a small voltmeter today. Hopefully I'll be on my way again
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If you find it's the P/S, make sure you use the same voltage and at least sufficient current capacity to match the current model. Note that some power bricks are regulated and some are unregulated, many of the D-Link ones are regulated, so you'll require a regulated power brick.
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