I can't address your specific problem, but my solo has been running now for close to 5 years. When I had a similar problem 2 years ago, with the network light going faint and then turning off, a replacement PSU solved the problem. I thought mine was supplying the correct voltage as well, I'd still focus on replacing the PSU just to be sure. Small price to pay for a possible fix.
I learned a few weeks back this is not isolated to Slingbox.
It's not volts its AMPS that you need. My AT&T Router failed - everything powered up and it seemed stable but could not connect to the web.
But the router power supply was faulty - while everything looked OK - it could not supply enough amps to keep the network connection up and stable.
So you may have power for the appearance of everything running OK on your Slingbox, but you may not have enough AMPS power for network stability. It's true of Slingbox, but also true of routers and other products that require high amperage outputs from power supplies.
At my end, lesson learned!
Thanks for posting to our Forums! I'm sorry for the inconvenience you are having the with Slingbox SOLO and not getting a network light.
In this situation I would first try a power cord replacement, even if the power cord shows as it is working, it could still be the power cord
Below is an article that will assist you in figuring out if your issue is with the Power Supply unit.
Hope this will help!
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