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To ensure that you are getting the most out of your product you should read the official manual. I would keep it away magnets and thick metal. Every wall that your wireless router must go through weakens the signal. Keep your wireless router in an open atmosphere and away from the ground, preferably.

If your signal is still weak you can take the intenna off and place it back on, but in a much tighter and closer fashion. Try unplugging your router, waiting a few moments and then plugging it back in.

Your router should then have a much stronger and much faster signal. If you still are having problems, feel free leave a comment.

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