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  Reply # 1105577 9-Aug-2014 19:29
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Bring the printer next to the router. I guarantee the WPS will work





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  Reply # 1105689 10-Aug-2014 00:29
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Once the light on the router is flashing, you have 30 seconds to do the same on the printer, or vice versa. If the light is flashing then try triggering the printer again.

Otherwise do a manual config on the printer and forget about WPS.




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