EAP225-Outdoor antenna rubber gasket/seal problem

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EAP225-Outdoor antenna rubber gasket/seal problem
EAP225-Outdoor antenna rubber gasket/seal problem
2021-10-08 20:10:11
Model: EAP225-Outdoor  
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I purchased a EAP225-Outdoor unit and I've noticed that both antennas don't sit flush over the gaskets so water will get in and damage the connector. Is there any way I could fix this? In the photo I've attached both antennas are tightened all the way down, but the antenna base sits at an angle over the main unit body.

 

 

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Re:EAP225-Outdoor antenna rubber gasket/seal problem
2021-10-11 11:04:06

@mkby 

 

Can you not loosen them off, use a bead of clear silicon sealant and then tighten them back up ?

 

Regards

 

Ben

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