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Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: Jerry F Nerviano ,


Replacing the PSU sounds like the first order of business.

Wireless devices do tend to get warm, so unless it's literally hot to the touch or starts having issues, I wouldn't worry too much about that.

Let us know if this fixes the problem or if there's more. I'd like to believe that it's JUST the PSU, but you never know. Power-spike-related damage is unpredictable. I've seen surges take out modems and the motherboards they were attached to, or just the modem. Luckily, with most mid-grade or better surge protectors and UPS (battery backup) units having built-in cable, phone, and ethernet jacks, that's not as much of an issue these days. (Which, of course, you should be using.)

I hope this helps!