On Mon, 1 Aug 2005, Josh Simoneau wrote:
> Keep in mind, though, I sent mine back to wisp-router.com and it was
> easily a couple months before I saw it again. Maybe not their fault, as
> I think they send them to Europe, but a long wait regardless.
I cross shipped a bad board directly with PC Engines. They sent me a
replacement first, and I sent back the original bad board in the box
that they used. I did have to pay postage to Europe, but it was
My issue wasn't heat related and this was an older board made a few
years ago. I was very happy with the service.
I'm not using a WRAP case. I have the board bolted directly to the
piece of plywood that my switches and DSL modem are bolted to. There
is a clear plastic cover over the WRAP to protect.
This cost me about $5 (for the piece of plexiglass) and a few minutes
with the tablesaw.