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Frank Castle
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Has anyone out there successfully taken apart an AT&T Microcell? I managed to get the thing apart, but I accidently pulled the 6 jumpers on the PCB, which act as a kill switch if not replaced in the correct way before powering back on (3 are fake jumpers and 3 are real ones, I believe). I need to know how they go back on.

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Has anyone out there successfully taken apart an AT&T Microcell? I managed to get the thing apart, but I accidently pulled the 6 jumpers on the PCB, which act as a kill switch if not replaced in the correct way before powering back on (3 are fake jumpers and 3 are real ones, I believe). I need to know how they go back on.

this might help you

http://forums.att.com/t5/3G-MicroCell/jumper-locations/td-p/2734453/page/2

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