Panasonic BDT330 - No Adapter! Help.

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  1. UberDan

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    Hi all...bought myself the above player last week, along with a Yamaha V475.

    I had connected my 330 to the wireless router, and all was good...in fact I was a very smug happy chap. That is until yesterday; I was half way through Breaking Bad S01E03 on netflix and boom, it just ends and goes back to the blu-ray menu. When I tried to play it again it said it couldn't connect. So went to the wireless settings and there was no router setup. OK so I went to setup again and now it just says "no adapter".

    Normally, I would assume it faulty with such a problem and not hesitate to send it back, but after a quick search online I see other people with the same problem who continue to have the problem even after getting replacement unit.

    WTF... I am baffled. Does anybody have any clue what this is or how to fix it? I have a Cisco / Linksys E3200 router and do not have any issues with other wireless devices in my house (PC/2 x laptops/mobile phone/tablet all fine).

    Of course if I cannot find a solution online I will try a replacement unit, but the shop is 20 miles away so want to see if you guys have any suggestions before I cross that bridge.

    Sorry for long post...I hope someone knows!

    cheers. Dan.
     
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    Have you tried hard-wiring from router?
     
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    Dan, same thing happened to me, today (having used it for less than a month). The hard-wiring solution is ridiculous when you've paid for a product with wireless capability. It's as if someone with a battery powered car couldn't get the batteries to hold a charge, and the offered suggestion is "have you tried pushing it?"

    Luckily, mine is still under warranty. Now if I can just find the receipt...
     
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