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Unfortunately, what you mention may be the case. If you put the TX level up too high, it can toast teh router. But before going to that conclusion, let's reset the router. You'll need to use the tiny reset button, which is recessed into the outer case of the router.
If that doesn't work, there are some other things we can try. That will at least get it back to default settings, though.