I think this is a bad idea since opening the unit and repairing it yourself
will likely void your warranty. Then, is something major goes wrong down
the road, you could be SOL. I understand your wanting to deal with it
yourself and not be minus your router while the situation is rectified, but
I think you should send it back.
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