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08-01-2014 08:33 PM
I posted a problem at the weekend which I've now solved but can't find a way to post the solution in my thread so I'm posting it here instead!
I had tried for ages to set up my new Wireless Booster but, whatever I did, counldn't get to the set up screen described in the instructions.
I've now solved my problem! One of the possible solutions listed was to try to connect, wait for a while and then reset. I had tried this several times and it dodn't seem to work but kept on trying anyway.
It seems that I was too quick with my resetting. I just pressed the pin into the hole until something happened and this didn't solve the problem. However, when I re-read the post suggesting this, I realised that you hold the pin in until the on/off light on the booster flashes and then release it. I tried this twice and on the second occasion got the screen listing the wireless connections and finally managed managed to sort out the booster.
So the secret is persist!
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