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The small skinny part in the front broke off

Hi there, my wireless G USB network adapter i just got broke! the silver/white thing at the front broke off!! how do you put it back together? if its not possible there is 1 year warranty on this but i lost reciet can i still get it new one or get it repaired?

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  • gymnasticsro Jan 25, 2009

    but did says one year warranty, wouldn't they just give me a new one???

  • gymnasticsro Jan 25, 2009

    How much is it to get a new one??? cuz a friend of mine got it for me

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Sorry to say, but it is broken.  In theory, one might be able to solder it back, most of these are surface mount technology, meaning, probably not.  You can try, but I doubt anyone will take it back...  Sorry.  That's the downside to the USB wireless adapters.

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