This means your Rogers Home Phone Modem is currently not getting power from the outlet and the battery is discharging (light is off) or running out of power (light is flashing).
To fix this:
- Make sure that the your Rogers Home Phone Modem is still connected to an electrical outlet with a power cord.
- Confirm that the electrical outlet the Rogers Home Phone Modem is plugged into is still providing power by plugging another device into the exact same outlet or plugging the Home Phone Modem itself into an outlet you know works.
- Important: If the modem is connected to a power bar or an outlet that’s controlled by a light switch on the wall, make sure they’re still turned on. In the case of a power bar, you should also try plugging the modem directly into the wall outlet instead.
- If the wall outlet is no longer providing power, you’ll need to reach out a local electrician or contractor for assistance. Our Rogers Technicians cannot fix this and will only be able to move the Rogers Home Phone Modem closer to a working power outlet.
If your wall outlet is still providing power, your Rogers Home Phone Modem should return to the normal light pattern once you complete the steps above. If it doesn’t, contact Home Phone Technical Support for assistance.