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Hi, got red green and red lights on pineapple


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everything is plugged in and working, infusions and all. I'm just wondering why the red light is on?

Red blue and green. not like in the title. sorry if I confused you guys.

What is it trying to tell me?

Thanks, best regards,

Mike

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Red usually means RTL is on. So you have one of the two radios on.

Green is power, so you'd expect that on.

Are you only connected over one radio?

Also pineapple section is further down the forums, better place for pineapple questions than here.

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Red usually means RTL is on. So you have one of the two radios on.

Green is power, so you'd expect that on.

Are you only connected over one radio?

Also pineapple section is further down the forums, better place for pineapple questions than here.

HI, I am sorry for posting in the wrong section.

How do you mean if I'm connected over 1 radio?

Both antennas are in, when I factory reset this and upgrade again it's not giving me a red light, but after I install some infusions and it lags and I got to refresh browser or power off and on the Wi-Pi and then it gets the red light.

Best regards, Mike

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The manual and online description tell you what the lights mean; they are indicators for power, radio 1, radio2, and ethernet. (They have different meanings when flashing.)

And as far as I know, this is the correct section for the Mark V. (Perhaps someone moved it for you.)

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