Used to be if my car broke, I fixed it myself because I could strip and rebuilt a V8 and make it run. But that was a car with a carburetor and no microchips in it. Today if my engine with the EFI/electronics/microchips breaks, I'm forced to take it to a shop because I can no longer fix it myself.
My point.......if you're not qualified, or capable, of soldering a new reset button on your router, then you're either going to have to take it in to someone who is, or replace the unit.
We recommended replacement because you can buy a good SOHO router for under $100.00 If you take that unit in to someone to have it repaired you're going to be billed for the part and labor. I would expect no less than 2 hours labor. Figured at around $100 per hour..........well, I'm sure you can do that math quite well yourself.
Since you're not qualified, or capable (if you were, you'd have just ordered the part and repaired it already without coming here to ask for help) you're stuck with the two choices I've mentioned.
As for your smarmy response...I'm sorry you weren't bright enough to figure this out for yourself but feel free to ask on several other forums............and when you finally find yourself buying a new router remember this...."We told you so"
It matters not how straight the gate,
How charged with punishments the scroll,
I am the master of my fate;
I am the captain of my soul.