I just moved to an island in Alaska and am giving up (temporarily, so I am told) my cable modem for old dial-up connections. Well, when it came time for me to pack my items, I found that I could not remove the Ethernet cable from the back of the Airport. No matter how hard I tried, it just will not come out. Any suggestions? <br><br>(while I am not using the cable modem, I would rather not have the wire just bundled up behind me, so leaving it connected is not an option)<br><br>Thanks!<br><br>
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