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This teardown is not a repair guide. To repair your Ubee DVW23C, use our service manual.

  1. As we look around the device, the only visible screws are 4 on the back, and one by the power connector. All the screws so far are T10 Torx. All the screws so far are T10 Torx.
    • As we look around the device, the only visible screws are 4 on the back, and one by the power connector.

    • All the screws so far are T10 Torx.

  2. Prying away the front panel reveals the inside. Prying away the front panel reveals the inside.
    • Prying away the front panel reveals the inside.

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  4. The PSU is red The Broadcom chip is orange.
    • The PSU is red

    • The Broadcom chip is orange.

    • The DOCSIS Cable connector is yellow

    • The PSU Connector is green

    • The Antenna connectors are blue

    • The lights and diffusers are light blue

    • The ethernet and telephone jacks are magenta

  5. The PSU comes out with one screw, and the power connector screw. It is the N12-035N1A Power Supply from Chicony Power.
    • The PSU comes out with one screw, and the power connector screw.

    • It is the N12-035N1A Power Supply from Chicony Power.

  6. Finally, removing the motherboard shows what it looks like on the back. Finally, removing the motherboard shows what it looks like on the back.
    • Finally, removing the motherboard shows what it looks like on the back.

  7. In conclusion, this is one of the more repairable modem/router combos, especially since it's from an ISP. All the screws are the same, and while the T10 isn't user-friendly, it's easy to find online and in stores, and having a unified screw simplifies the repair process. The PSU is completely easily replaceable, but is unfortunately custom made for this model, and not found online.
    • In conclusion, this is one of the more repairable modem/router combos, especially since it's from an ISP.

    • All the screws are the same, and while the T10 isn't user-friendly, it's easy to find online and in stores, and having a unified screw simplifies the repair process.

    • The PSU is completely easily replaceable, but is unfortunately custom made for this model, and not found online.

    • So while it's easy to open, it isn't easy to find replacement parts.

    • Backups are also downloaded unencrypted, unfortunately, and with no way to update the firmware, it won't get fixed. The backups contain both your password, and the technician password (Username: technician / Password: C0nf1gur3Ubee#) inside the file.

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