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We keep getting kicked off, and low signals..

Our wireless internet keeps going in and out, and we keep getting low signals, the desktop usually works okay, but the laptop is where we have the most trouble. this is a brand new router we just recently bought to replace the old one.

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If there is any water body nearby remove it try turning the tower and the face of the router towards the laptop

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