Re: router fail?
well, it gets warm, but nothing anyone could call hot. maybe 85-90 degrees f. but for the sake of argument, i brought in the compressed air tank, and blew it out. there was a small amount of dust that came out. but nothing i would call excessive by any means. we will see if that makes a difference. but i am not holding my breath. the router is a D-Link DIR-655. kind of a middle of the road router. nothing special, but it has worked well for the last 3 or 4 years. our original reason for getting it was for the kids tablets. they have pretty much grown out of them, and have evolved into pc users. the wife and i also have laptops, so the wireless gets used a lot more now than it ever used to. if we have to replace it, i will post on this board. because there are a few things i want in a new one that this does not have.
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