Introduction

If the router isn't working and it is established that the antennas are defective this is the guide for you.

Make sure the antennas are in a straight position, not bent, to remove the black casing. Remove the casing by pulling straight up. This will make unscrewing the antenna easier.
  • Make sure the antennas are in a straight position, not bent, to remove the black casing.

  • Remove the casing by pulling straight up. This will make unscrewing the antenna easier.

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Grip antenna at the base and twist counter-clockwise to unscrew it from the device. The base should have a rough feel to it.
  • Grip antenna at the base and twist counter-clockwise to unscrew it from the device. The base should have a rough feel to it.

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Once antenna is completely detached, obtain the new antenna, and place it on device so the threads line up.
  • Once antenna is completely detached, obtain the new antenna, and place it on device so the threads line up.

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Screw antenna onto device by twisting the base of the antenna in a clockwise motion until it is tight and does not turn any further.
  • Screw antenna onto device by twisting the base of the antenna in a clockwise motion until it is tight and does not turn any further.

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Place the black casing, which was removed in step 1, back onto the base of the antenna to cover up exposed metal.
  • Place the black casing, which was removed in step 1, back onto the base of the antenna to cover up exposed metal.

  • Repeat these steps for other antenna.

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Conclusion

After the repairs are made the device should working.

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