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iPhone 4G cannot connect to wifi


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I live in a area with allot of wireless networks including my own.I have two iPhones, a 3G and a 4G, neither of them see's any networks let alone connect to them. I try to add mine but it says its not available.
I reset network settings, nothing changed.So i took it to the Apple store and it see's all the networks there and connects to the store's networks!
Something really strange is going on with this, can anyone help me with this?
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Do you have another computer/device that has WiFi that you can use to see what exactly you are seeing around your house?

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Yes i have the Macbook, thats connected to my internet.THis is how i am in this forum now.I can clearly see all the other networks on my block also.
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Anyone...anyone? Bueller?
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useless forum
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still useless.....
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Just a thought are you using 802.11a or n and at 5GHz if so doubt the phone will see the
network also noticed if encryption is set at WEP it can and does cause issues.
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