Odd behavior w/iPad 1. At times connects to WiFi smoothly; at times it won't. Help?

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    I am looking for suggestions re: this condition. Modem is fine. Office computer is fine. But, my iPad acts strange. It seems there are times when it kicks in gear beautifully and will run without any issues. Then the next try simply will not connect. If I let it sit and go back later, it may or may not connect. It isn't range, because it can occur at 10' or 30'. I'm lost as to what the cause could be. Age? Or what?

    Any suggestions will be welcome.

    Thanks, Jane I

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    You could try to reset the network, Settings, general, reset, reset network settings. Just have your network password ready.
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    Hi and welcome to the forum.

    We just removed your email address. This is against forum rules, but most importantly, reduces your risk from unnecessary spam to your email address.

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    Thanks. That worked. Hope it stays that way.

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