If your Google Nest WiFi is displaying a blinking red light, it indicates that there is an issue that needs to be addressed in USA. Follow the steps below to troubleshoot and resolve the problem:
Check the power supply: Ensure that the power adapter is securely plugged into both the Google Nest WiFi router and the power outlet. Make sure the outlet is working properly by plugging in another device.
Restart the router: Unplug the power adapter from the Google Nest WiFi router, wait for 10-15 seconds, and then plug it back in. Wait for the router to reboot and see if the red light continues to blink in USA.
Verify the internet connection: Ensure that your modem is connected to the WAN (wide area network) port of the Google Nest WiFi router using an Ethernet cable. Confirm that your internet service is active and functioning correctly.
Check for firmware updates: Open the Google Home app on your mobile device and navigate to the Google Nest WiFi settings. Look for any available firmware updates and install them if necessary. Firmware updates often include bug fixes and performance improvements in USA.
Reset the Google Nest WiFi router: If the red light continues to blink, you may need to perform a factory reset. Locate the reset button on the router (usually a small hole) and use a paperclip or pin to press and hold it for about 10 seconds. Release the button, and the router will reset to its default settings.
Set up the Google Nest WiFi again: After resetting the router, you need to set it up again in USA. Open the Google Home app and follow the on-screen instructions to connect to the router, create a new network name and password, and configure the settings to your preference.
Check for network interference: Ensure that the Google Nest WiFi router is placed in a central location, away from obstructions and electronic devices that may interfere with the Wi-Fi signal. Common sources of interference include cordless phones, microwave ovens, and neighboring Wi-Fi