This teardown is not a repair guide. To repair your exede internet router, use our service manual.

Remove 2  screws on the back of the router (.7 cm Philips flat head screw) Then use any objects that will slide into the crack between the front and back. Slide the object u p the sides of the plastic cover rocking the objects back and forth to click the plastic out of place. (when putting back together just apply pressure to click back into place.) Then use any objects that will slide into the crack between the front and back. Slide the object u p the sides of the plastic cover rocking the objects back and forth to click the plastic out of place. (when putting back together just apply pressure to click back into place.)
  • Remove 2 screws on the back of the router (.7 cm Philips flat head screw)

  • Then use any objects that will slide into the crack between the front and back. Slide the object u p the sides of the plastic cover rocking the objects back and forth to click the plastic out of place. (when putting back together just apply pressure to click back into place.)

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There is a plug connecting the two boards together, carefully unplug the cord from both boards. you can use your fingers or if that doesn't work needle nose pliers might. Be careful not to damage the cord. Be careful not to damage the cord.
  • There is a plug connecting the two boards together, carefully unplug the cord from both boards. you can use your fingers or if that doesn't work needle nose pliers might.

  • Be careful not to damage the cord.

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Unscrew the board from the cover. There are a total of 7 screws.(3 -.7 cm Philips flat head screws,  4-.4 cm pan head Philips screws) Make sure when putting the router back together you put the screws back in the same place or you will damage the circuit board. Make sure when putting the router back together you put the screws back in the same place or you will damage the circuit board.
  • Unscrew the board from the cover. There are a total of 7 screws.(3 -.7 cm Philips flat head screws, 4-.4 cm pan head Philips screws)

  • Make sure when putting the router back together you put the screws back in the same place or you will damage the circuit board.

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Unscrew board from plastic cover. There's a total of 4- .7 cm flat hear Philips screws. Unscrew board from plastic cover. There's a total of 4- .7 cm flat hear Philips screws.
  • Unscrew board from plastic cover. There's a total of 4- .7 cm flat hear Philips screws.

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There are four screws connecting the two boards together. ( 4- .4 cm pan head screws with washers). There are also 4- .6 cm hexagonal spacers that divide the boards. Theses are held in place by the screws.
  • There are four screws connecting the two boards together. ( 4- .4 cm pan head screws with washers). There are also 4- .6 cm hexagonal spacers that divide the boards. Theses are held in place by the screws.

  • The boards are connected by foam, gently pull apart to separate.

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Two .1 cm pan head Philips head screws connect the wireless card to the circuit board. Gently pull the card away to disconnect it. Gently pull the card away to disconnect it.
  • Two .1 cm pan head Philips head screws connect the wireless card to the circuit board.

  • Gently pull the card away to disconnect it.

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good job!
  • good job!

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