Steps To Fix TP-Link Router Wifi Light Blinking Issue
If your router is not connected to the Internet, the Wi-Fi light might keep on blinking. To fix the TP-Link router WiFi light blinking issue on your TP-Link router, go through the steps given below.
Make sure that you have connected the modem and TP-Link router to a power source. If there is no power on the electrical outlet, connect the power cables to another outlet.
Ensure that there are no issues with the Internet Service Provider. If your modem has an Ethernet port, then connect the modem directly to your computer and check if you could access the Internet. If you could not connect to the Internet now, then check with your ISP regarding the issue.
Power cycle the router and turn it on after a few minutes.
Make sure the router and modem are not defective.
If you find that the cables connecting the devices are defective, replace them with new ones.
If the Tp-Link router WiFi light blinking issue is not yet resolved, locate the Reset button on the router. Press it using a paper clip or pen. Hold the Reset button on the router for at least 10 seconds.
Once the resetting process is complete, the router will be reset to the factory defaults.
After the reset, re-configure your wireless network from the web-based setup page of the router.
If the issue persists, update the firmware of the TP-Link router.
Locate the IP address of the router on the router label.
Go to the web-based setup page of the router by entering the IP address in the address bar of a web browser.
Now, you can update the firmware of the router.
Restart the router after updating the firmware and check if the issue has been fixed.
If yes, you could get connected to the router's wireless network from your device.
If you still face the TP-Link router WiFi light blinking issue, click the Call button to get remote assistance.