Apart Your Buffalo WHR-G125 Router
Open to See What's Inside
the router may void your warranty. Unlike Linksys WRT54G the
WHR-G125 has no seals to break in order to open the enclosure.
I don't understand how Buffalo would even know that the router
was taken apart if that ever came up during a warranty claim.
will need two precision scredrivers to pry the sides and one
T9 size hex star screwdriver (torx) to remove a single screw.
Fig. 1 Buffalo
the router upside down. You may want to place it on a pillow
so to avoid scuffing the pristine white finish. As for me,
I don't give a damn if it gets scratched [Fig. 2].
is a screw hidden underneath the label. You can either feel
the indentation with your finger and punch through the label
with a screwdriver or you can remove the label first. I took
mine off with an exacto blade and placed it on a slick sticker
backing so I could reaply it later. Buffalo has used a star
hex shaped screw for no good reason. They obviously wanted
to make it more difficult to open the enclosure. I didn't
have the right size screwdriver so I had to go get one. T9
is perfect although T7 and T8 will work too.
Fig. 2 Hidden
screw under the label