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Old 11-19-2019, 12:58 PM   #1
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Pepwave router install

Iím planning to install a Pepwave max transit router in my 2013 Canyon Star 3610ís fuse cabinet inside the 1/2 bath. I have two questions Iím hoping to get help with. (1) Will The fuse block inside the cabinet interfere with the routerís performance and (2) Are there better locations (with 12v access) inside the coach for router placement. At this point I wonít be using an external antenna.
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Iím planning to install a Pepwave max transit router in my 2013 Canyon Star 3610ís fuse cabinet inside the 1/2 bath. I have two questions Iím hoping to get help with. (1) Will The fuse block inside the cabinet interfere with the routerís performance and (2) Are there better locations (with 12v access) inside the coach for router placement. At this point I wonít be using an external antenna.


I installed mine in the same location of my DS and it has not been an issue
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