• don't waste your time throw it away and replace it nothing is made to be repaired anymore.
  • Buy another. It's not worth it.😎
  • Google 'wifi router repair near me'....then follow the bread crumbs!
  • a repair may cost more than a new one
  • I agree repair is unlikely to be cost-effective, if available at all. If it's under warranty, contact the manufacturer. Check the basic things first: are there any lights? Find the reset button - often hidden inside a small hole. See if it shows up under wifi access points on your phone. Google "30-30-30 reset."

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