03-05-2014 09:34 AM
I have 60 aruba wireless access points #105 and many times I have to take them down and separate the mounting bracket from the AP. There is a square hole on the side that you stick in a small screw driver or a hex screw. Then press down to depress the plastic toggle to release it from the mounted bracket.
We are having a very difficult time separating them. Is there a tool we can purchase to do this more easily? It has taken us 2 hours to separate 4 APs.
Please let me know and thank you.
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03-05-2014 09:37 AM
I've had luck using a bit extension attachment for a screwdriver like the one included in this set.
03-05-2014 10:57 AM
I use my car key which seems to work quite well.
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03-16-2014 09:07 PM
I've had great luck using a heavy duty zip-tie. Just fold it in half. If it doesn't work at first, turn 90 degrees. For the low profile mounts, it's much easier on the knuckles than tool.