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I have a tp-link ADSL router. but it's not performing well. I would like to buy another one for my home use. I bought this router from Amazon.

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Wrong kind of 'router', Anthone. But Hi, anyway!
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I have a tp-link ADSL router. but it's not performing well. I would like to buy another one for my home use. I bought this router from Amazon.
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To be completely fair to these lost souls, if they've never done any woodworking they've likely never encountered our kind of router. Mind you, if they looked at the splash page before starting a new thread...or even looked at some of the other threads...they'd realize they were in the wrong bathroom.
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Amazing. They can work a computer, but can't read.
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Wrong kind of 'router', Anthone. But Hi, anyway!
I don't believe those posts are for real, they have to go to the trouble of registering to post and any idiot can see this is a woodworking forum. Not sure what the motive is.
Look at his signature in the personal profile.

BTW Dan, those are some world class box joints that guy is routing.

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BTW Dan, those are some world class box joints that guy is routing.

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and w/ a Bosch no less...
less make wood workers out of these guys...
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Yeh! I really like that sling the guys suspending his 1619 from...that sucker is too heavy to hand hold for accurate vertical cuts. A counterweight makes a LOT of sense.
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