When the connection indicator light turns orange, connectivity issues are likely. To begin, check that the modem itself is able to connect to the internet. The next step is to configure the TP-Link extender using the ISP's provided instructions after connecting the modem to the wan/blue port of the extender.
When your gadget displays the familiar orange or yellow light, it means it is taking a long time to connect to the internet. It usually indicates a less-than-ideal connection or difficulty establishing a stable wifi connection if it flashes.
Now that we know why the orange light is flashing on your TP-Link extender we can go over the various options for fixing the problem. We've created a list of solutions that should get you to reset.
To resolve orange light issues you have to reset your tp link repeater follow the instruction below.
If you want to resolve orange light issues then unplug your broadband wire,
Check the broadband cable if you are unable to access the internet via the extender. Over time, this wire can get loose, requiring disconnecting from the electrical outlet. Check its functionality after a short wait by reconnecting it. The cable and its individual connectors should be inspected for signs of damage or bending. The quality of your internet connection is directly related to the condition of your wires; if they are bent, worn, or otherwise compromised, you may have poor connectivity.
Your extender settings may be incorrect. This could either slow down your internet connection or completely prevent it from working. Your extender settings are easy to reach via the admin panel or by pressing and holding the reset button. Fixing your issues by returning your extender to its factory defaults.
It seems the range extender is broken.