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Old 01-16-2022, 02:55 PM   #1
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Flair wifi ranger

Hi. Just picked up our 22 flair 34j. It has a Wi-Fi ranger on the roof, and a sticker inside by the cab, but we cannot find the inside router part. Anyone know where to look? We're trying to figure things out, and this is stumping us!
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I assume you are looking for the LAN router, assuming that is a standard install and you are not 100% wireless. That is a bit of a mystery but I guess if it's intended to be plugged into, it's got to be accessible ! That is not helpful I know but I am still finding things in my own RV lol.
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Old 01-17-2022, 07:08 AM   #3
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Many WiFiRanger OEM installations consist of ONLY the rooftop unit without an indoor router. The rooftop unit is a complete, standalone router.

Here's a link to the WiFiRanger User Manual in case you don't have one:
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