Original post by: Brian Cain ,
Are there really this many people out there who think other people who are forming complete sentences on a message board system didn’t think to check the power supply? I’ve tried at least two known good power supplies in an outlet I read with a digital multimeter to have the voltage required. Now when I push the square button with the circular marking with a straight line going to the radius (traditional marking for power) it does nothing. I’ve tried the reset instructions from above, it does nothing. It seems to have had an intermittent connection because it turned on a couple of times and now it won’t turn on at all. I’m guessing the power connector that attaches to the board inside has weak solder joints. It’s just as well, even when it powered on it wouldn’t connect to wifi.