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OK, just making sure as it's a mistake that's easily made. If you've already tried to do a factory reset and that didn't work, you may have a defective router (WiFi radio failure). Do you have another that you can try? In the meantime, use the ethernet connection.

By the way, the WiFi radio is usually the first thing that fails on a router - so it's not an uncommon occurrence.
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