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Don't mess around with the power settings on Wi-Fi. In most cases it will not increase performance and it may well degrade range and connection speeds. If you need greater range your options are get a better antenna or add APs.

I can't speak directly on your issues with the N66U as I do not own one. When I have seen similar issues with other routers it was because they were incorrectly flashed or in a semi-bricked state. Make sure you have the right firmware for the model and hardware revision and try a reflash.