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WiFi will not stay connected, Cisco router

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I have a Cisco router & all of the lights to are working as if I should be able to use my WiFi. A few weeks ago there was a power outage & since then my WiFi will rarely ever work. I could be completely wrong, the power outage may not even be my problem. I could be telling myself that to not frustrate myself. Anyway. When I use my ethernet cord, my internet works perfectly fine. But when I try to use my WiFi, nothing works! When I scan for the networks, mine pops up & shows the full signal strength, yet it just won't even work for me. Do I need to get a new router? /:
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Have you tried removing the password off the wifi setup and trying to connect without a password?

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