Question about D-Link RangeBooster G WBR-2310 Wireless Router (WBR2310)
The proglem is an electronic component inside is heating up and failing. Today's electronic components are so small, surface mounted, there is just not the mass to disipate the heat. You can try and open the case, feel for the hot part(s) and attach small pieces of aluminum to them for more heat sinking. MAKE SURE NOT TO SHORT ANYTHING OUT!
On my D-Link, two large integrated circuits were overheating. I used crazy glue to attach square "U" shaped alluminum heat sinks to them. The bottom of the "U" was no larger than the top of the IC's. That has helped a lot, but they still quit on me so I let them cool and then I continue computing.
Posted on Jun 03, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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