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Is the transmitter physically connected to the router? Or is it a relay system? If it is connected, then it is possible. If not, then that shouldnt even be a consideration. No, more than likely the router just died (happens all the time), or you had a small power spike that happened to hit the router. Those are the most likely of possibilities.
I guess you mean the device si made by TERK not Trek
It would have zero on your router as all it does is take a composite signal that would normally go to the TV and convert it to a wireless signal that is transmitted to a receiver that is in turn connected to to remote tv.
I would guess that your printer issue is probably channel interference, presumably the printer is wirelessly connected? and you could resolve it by changing the transmission channel used by the routre -> printer.
Y'know, given the symptoms you described I can't help wondering if it could the the router's power supply that failed, rather than the router itself. Low voltage might cause what you're seeing.
It's probably the router that failed, but if you're curious, you might plug the new unit's power supply in to the old router just to see if it boots.
Well theold adapter did light up green so I never thought about the adapter but its a good point. No matter. The new router is here and plugged in and all is good. Im posting this from my internet connected laptop!! I have to say Verizon was quick to help with the new modem so I give them proper credit.