I have a 3B that has worked reliably for a year and now will no longer boot (or if it does, is invisible on Ethernet). I have no HDMI compatible devices, so I cannot verify functionality that way.
The red LED power is steady, and I have verified that the 3V supply is working. I have also verified my power supply provides quality 5V power, and have tried a different power supply known to work. The ethernet lights (yellow and green) are illuminated, and the green flashes from time to time, suggesting it is alive (these lights are dead in the absence of the SD card, so perhaps the device is booting).
When I cycle the power, the green SD LED blinks erratically for a time, but the router does not see the device, even when I switch ports to one I know to be working. I have also tried a different ethernet cable, which is known to work.
There are no USB or other devices connected to the Pi.
After the problem first developed, I reflashed the SD card, which fixed the problem for a few days (running a recent version of Raspberian). I have tried removing and reinserting the SD card.
My next step is to reflash the SD card again, but I suspect that this will only help temporarily.
What should my next steps be?
UPDATE: I got a new 64GB SD card, and that did not fix the problem. Initially, I was able to reboot and run fine, but after a week or so, I rebooted and the pi is invisible to the network. I can see the ethernet blinking, so I know it is seeing traffic, but it appears unable to establish itself on the network.
Is it time for a new pi?