My TP-Link router AC-1200 bought from TPG together with the plan is faulty. WiFi does not transmit/receive. Can't see SSID.
Where should I send back for replacement?
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Thanks for your reply. I am a computer user with good knowledge of networking. The internet connection of the router is working properly, just no WiFi transmission. I used another router and plugged in the original rounter's network for WiFi signal transmission, everything work fine then.
I log into the web console of the router, options for turning on/off the 2.4G and 5G became unselectable. I believe that the router's WiFi moudle was faulty.
I called TPG twice, they said they will email me the return procedure email. But I waited two days, no email received.
What can I do then? I don't know.
No, I didn't try hard reset. I know it won't work as the WiFi signal drops frequently especially the 5G band when it was working before, so I know the WiFi may have problem.
Also, I am worrying if I hard reset the router, I cannot set up the correct parameters for the dial up.
I understand and thanks for confirming, @sixingshu88.
I have organised a call back to be made tomorrow, 27 May 2021 between 9-11AM AEST. from our Technical team for assistance and also to check for any underlying connection issue.
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