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Mifi was working perfectly,its a portable unit,unhooked said unit,transported to new location,set back up,won't turn back on,absoulutly nothing on screen....what a bummer!replaced battery, nothing someone please help!!!! cant live without music in shop.

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Bought new unit.

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