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Versión actual por: jayeff ,

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Hi @gamerbug ,
 
Did you mean Asus '''RT'''-AC1900RT'''-AC1900?[br]
Did you turn off the router and the router power supply outlet before removing it from the power outlet
?
Did you mean Asus '''RT'''-AC1900RT'''-AC1900?[br]
Did you turn off the router and the router power supply outlet before removing it from the power outlet
?
 
If there are no lights showing on the router, have you checked the power outlet that the router is connected to is OK?
 
If it is have you checked that the router’s power adapter output is OK (+19VDC 1.75A)?
 
Have you checked that the Power button on the back of the router is operated?
 
If the outlet and the adapter are OK and the button is operated and the device is longer covered by the manufacturer’s warranty, you’ll have to open it up and inspect the board for any obvious damage to the components around the power input connection.
 
If you do open the device and find something or if you’re not quite sure, post some pictures back here.
 
Here’s how to do this.
 
[guide|21499]

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Editado por: jayeff ,

Texto:

Hi @gamerbug ,
 
Did you mean Asus '''RT'''-AC1900?
 
If there are no lights showing on the router, have you checked the power outlet that the router is connected to is OK?
 
If it is have you checked that the router’s power adapter output is OK (+19VDC 1.75A)?
 
Have you checked that the Power button on the back of the router is operated?
 
If the outlet and the adapter are OK and the button is operated and the device is longer covered by the manufacturer’s warranty, you’ll have to open it up and inspect the board for any obvious damage to the components around the power input connection.
 
If you do open the device and find something or if you’re not quite sure, post some pictures back here.
If you do open the device and find something or if you’re not quite sure, post some pictures back here.
 
Here’s how to do this.
 
[guide|21499]

Estatus:

open

Aporte original por: jayeff ,

Texto:

Hi @gamerbug ,

Did you mean Asus '''RT'''-AC1900?

If there are no lights showing on the router, have you checked the power outlet that the router is connected to is OK?

If it is have you checked that the router’s power adapter output is OK (+19VDC 1.75A)?

Have you checked that the Power button on the back of the router is operated?

If the outlet and the adapter are OK and the button is operated and the device is longer covered by the manufacturer’s warranty, you’ll have to open it up and inspect the board for any obvious damage to the components around the power input connection.

If you do open the device and find something or you’re not quite sure, post some pictures back here.

Here’s how to do this.

[guide|21499]

Estatus:

open