Linksys router connection

I am 5 feet from my Linksys router and have 5 bars. However, the resort Wifi signal keeps taking over and I have to reconnect constantly through out the day if I stop working for a few minutes. Have deleted these providers from manage networks to no avail. Have sat on the phone 5 times for over half an hour waiting for a Linksys tech to no avail, just keep being told my wait time is 5 minutes and no one ever picks up the phone. Please, there has to be a simple answer. Have been offered same online for from $49.00 to $150.00. 

Hello PULSE11, you may try changing the channel settings on your router. You can refer to this link,
By the way, what number did you dial? I have called them before at 1800- 326-7114. Be careful with some numbers you can find online, they will route you to 3rd party support  providers who charge big amount of money.

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