The blue LED on the Verizon router indicates the power supply. When the router fails to receive the power supply, the LED will not light up. If the LED of your Verizon router blinks blue, it signifies the ongoing issues with the power supply. This article lists the best troubleshooting techniques that can help you fix the “Verizon router blinking blue” problem efficiently.
Check the fundamentals
As previously mentioned, the primary reason behind the issue would be the power supply.
Check the interface and also make sure that you have firmly plugged the cable into the correct port.
Press and hold the button located on your router's front panel. While doing so, your router will restart in the WPS mode. This may help you solve the blinking blue issue. If it doesn't work, move ahead to the next solution.
Check whether the electrical outlet you are using is working fine. You can check its functionality by connecting a different device to it.
Restart your router
Restarting your router can help you stop it from blinking blue. Follow the instructions mentioned below and restart your router.
Disconnect your modem and router from the power supply.
Disconnect your router from the Internet modem and let the modem and router stay undisturbed for a minute. Then, reconnect the Internet modem and your router with the Ethernet cable.
Using the power adapter, connect your modem to the power supply. Then, connect your router and the electrical outlet using the power cord. Next, switch on your router and modem and wait until the LED on the router's front panel turns green.
Restarting the router is the most effective method to resolve the blinking blue issue. If you cannot resolve the problem yet, try the next step.
Factory reset your router
You can fix the router blinking blue issue by resetting your router to the default factory settings. Follow the steps and reset your router.
Locate the Reset button on your Verizon router.
Keep your router turned on. Then, press the Reset button for 20 seconds.
Now, power on your router and check whether the issue is fixed.
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After resetting the router, log in to My Verizon to change your router's Wi-Fi name and password.
If you cannot resolve the issue yet, you can reach out to us.