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Have an interesting problem. Fri evening, just as the guests were arriving for pizza night, my entire system (1 bridge, 2 5s, 1 3 and a one) went dead. It was on and just stopped playing, and the app (both my wife’s, which is android, and mine on iOS) was “unable to connect to Sonos”. Problems with Sonos connectivity are plentiful for us but ive never had it die in the middle of a session before, so my thinking was that my bridge died/mechanical failure. checked the router and it came up as connected, but unplugging it and plugging it back in made it disappear, irrespective of which socket i tried to connect it to. So, I removed it and have attempted to connect to the individual players via the apps (my wifes, mine on iOS as well as my PC one) but the apps dont find them. I get an orange flashing light when hitting the buttons on top.
Obviously Ive checked power, Ive rebooted the router and the speakers, and as far as i can tell were on the same wifi (only have one).
Do i need to reset (all of) them to get them to work? Will it connect to my wifi without a bridge if i reset it? Reason why im reluctant to do a reset is b/c Sonos advises against it as a troubleshooting step..
Would investing in a boost get me back up running again? Other suggestions?
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