Question about Cat5e Computers & Internet
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Look at the above left. There should be a plastic lever (with a little nose to hold the plug in) reaching a few millimeters out of the front panel of your hub. Press it to the body of the plug and pull it out. If the lever is broken, use a small screwdriver, a needle or a paper-clip.
Posted on Nov 27, 2014
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