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Re: SureSignal V3 No Lights

Please take a look at my post in relation to suresignal units failing with all lights out and the reasons why..

Please report the failed unit to Trading Standards via Consumer Direct on 0345 4040506 as they are investigating why so many of these units are failing catastrophically and that they are potentially a fire hazard when they fail.

These units are failing anytime from new to around two and a half years. Consumer law covers you to claim compensation or a refund as they are reasonably expected to last longer.

https://forum.vodafone.co.uk/t5/Vodafone-Sure-Signal/Suresignal-V3-Overheated-Hot-Burnt-out-amp-Dead...

It is important to report all failed SureSignal V3 using the links below to:

BBC's Watchdog: https://ssl.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006mg74/contact

Trading Standards: Call them on 0345 4 040506

Vodafone CEO: http://www.ceoemail.com -  (Search Vodafone UK)

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Re: Sure signal 3 dead (no lights)

Please take a look at my post in relation to suresignal units failing with all lights out and the reasons why..

Please report the failed unit to Trading Standards via Consumer Direct on 0345 4040506 as they are investigating why so many of these units are failing catastrophically and that they are potentially a fire hazard when they fail.

These units are failing anytime from new to around two and a half years. Consumer law covers you to claim compensation or a refund as they are reasonably expected to last longer.

https://forum.vodafone.co.uk/t5/Vodafone-Sure-Signal/Suresignal-V3-Overheated-Hot-Burnt-out-amp-Dead...

It is important to report all failed SureSignal V3 using the links below to:

BBC's Watchdog: https://ssl.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006mg74/contact

Trading Standards: Call them on 0345 4 040506

Vodafone CEO: http://www.ceoemail.com -  (Search Vodafone UK)

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Re: Sure signal 3 dead

Please take a look at my post in relation to suresignal units failing with all lights out and the reasons why..

IF YOUR DEVICE HAS FAILED WITH THE LIGHTS OUT THEN THERE IS A GOOD CHANCE INTERNAL COMPONENTS HAVE BEEN DESTROYED BY HEAT AND CONTINUING TO LEAVE IT CONNECTED CARRIES A SMALL FIRE RISK. VODAFONE SHOULD NOT BE RECOMMENDING ANY OTHER ACTION THAN TO REMOVE IT FROM THE MAINS IMMEDIATELY.

Please report the failed unit to Trading Standards via Consumer Direct on 0345 4040506 who are investigating why so many of these units are failing catastrophically and that they are potentially a fire hazard when they do fail.

Trading Standards need to know about any failure where all lights are out as it is suspected that a component on the power supply PCB has suffered extreme heat or voltages. Whether or not Vodafone replace under warranty or you have been told to go buy another, report it.

These units are fail anytime from new within a week to around two and a half years. Consumer law covers you to claim compensation or a refund as you should reasonably expect it to last longer.

https://forum.vodafone.co.uk/t5/Vodafone-Sure-Signal/Suresignal-V3-Overheated-Hot-Burnt-out-amp-Dead...

It is important to report all failed SureSignal V3 using the links below to:

BBC's Watchdog: https://ssl.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006mg74/contact

Trading Standards: Call them on 0345 4 040506

Vodafone CEO: http://www.ceoemail.com -  (Search Vodafone UK)

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Re: Sure signal device is 'DEAD'

Please take a look at my post (link below) in relation to SureSignal V3 units failing with all lights out and the reasons why..

IF YOUR DEVICE HAS FAILED WITH THE LIGHTS OUT THEN THERE IS A GOOD CHANCE INTERNAL COMPONENTS HAVE BEEN DESTROYED BY HEAT AND CONTINUING TO LEAVE IT CONNECTED CARRIES A SMALL FIRE RISK. VODAFONE SHOULD NOT BE RECOMMENDING ANY OTHER ACTION THAN TO REMOVE IT FROM THE MAINS IMMEDIATELY.

Please report the failed unit to Trading Standards via Consumer Direct on 0345 4040506 who are investigating why so many of these units are failing catastrophically and that they are potentially a fire hazard when they do fail.

Trading Standards need to know about any failure where all lights are out as it is suspected that components on the power supply PCB has suffered extreme heat or voltages. Whether or not Vodafone replace under warranty or you have been told to go buy another, report it.

If you near to the unit when it failed you probably would have witnessed a loud bang with a bright flash.

These units fail anytime from new within a week to around two and a half years. Consumer law covers you to claim compensation or a refund as you should have reasonably expected it to have lasted longer.

For over three years Vodafone claim these devices are reliable and safe and have not addressed why so many are failing with heat damaged components inside.

https://forum.vodafone.co.uk/t5/Vodafone-Sure-Signal/Suresignal-V3-Overheated-Hot-Burnt-out-amp-Dead...

It is important to report all failed SureSignal V3 using the links below to:

BBC's Watchdog: https://ssl.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006mg74/contact

Trading Standards: Call them on 0345 4 040506

Vodafone CEO: http://www.ceoemail.com -  (Search Vodafone UK)

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Re: Dead sure signal

Please take a look at my post (link below) in relation to SureSignal V3 units failing with all lights out and the reasons why..

IF YOUR DEVICE HAS FAILED WITH THE LIGHTS OUT THEN THERE IS A GOOD CHANCE INTERNAL COMPONENTS HAVE BEEN DESTROYED BY HEAT AND CONTINUING TO LEAVE IT CONNECTED CARRIES A SMALL FIRE RISK. VODAFONE SHOULD NOT BE RECOMMENDING ANY OTHER ACTION THAN TO REMOVE IT FROM THE MAINS IMMEDIATELY.

Please report the failed unit to Trading Standards via Consumer Direct on 0345 4040506 who are investigating why so many of these units are failing catastrophically and that they are potentially a fire hazard when they do fail.

Trading Standards need to know about any failure where all lights are out as it is suspected that components on the power supply PCB has suffered extreme heat or voltages. Whether or not Vodafone replace under warranty or you have been told to go buy another, report it.

If you near to the unit when it failed you probably would have witnessed a loud bang with a bright flash.

These units fail anytime from new within a week to around two and a half years. Consumer law covers you to claim compensation or a refund as you should have reasonably expected it to have lasted longer.

For over three years Vodafone claim these devices are reliable and safe and have not addressed why so many are failing with heat damaged components inside.

https://forum.vodafone.co.uk/t5/Vodafone-Sure-Signal/Suresignal-V3-Overheated-Hot-Burnt-out-amp-Dead...

It is important to report all failed SureSignal V3 using the links below to:

BBC's Watchdog: https://ssl.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006mg74/contact

Trading Standards: Call them on 0345 4 040506

Vodafone CEO: http://www.ceoemail.com -  (Search Vodafone UK)

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Re: SS3 No lights - not powering on - Dead?

Please take a look at my post (link below) in relation to SureSignal V3 units failing with all lights out and the reasons why..

IF YOUR DEVICE HAS FAILED WITH THE LIGHTS OUT THEN THERE IS A GOOD CHANCE INTERNAL COMPONENTS HAVE BEEN DESTROYED BY HEAT AND CONTINUING TO LEAVE IT CONNECTED CARRIES A SMALL FIRE RISK. VODAFONE SHOULD NOT BE RECOMMENDING ANY OTHER ACTION THAN TO REMOVE IT FROM THE MAINS IMMEDIATELY.

Please report the failed unit to Trading Standards via Consumer Direct on 0345 4040506 who are investigating why so many of these units are failing catastrophically and that they are potentially a fire hazard when they do fail.

Trading Standards need to know about any failure where all lights are out as it is suspected that components on the power supply PCB has suffered extreme heat or voltages. Whether or not Vodafone replace under warranty or you have been told to go buy another, report it.

If you near to the unit when it failed you probably would have witnessed a loud bang with a bright flash.

These units fail anytime from new within a week to around two and a half years. Consumer law covers you to claim compensation or a refund as you should have reasonably expected it to have lasted longer.

For over three years Vodafone claim these devices are reliable and safe and have not addressed why so many are failing with heat damaged components inside.

https://forum.vodafone.co.uk/t5/Vodafone-Sure-Signal/Suresignal-V3-Overheated-Hot-Burnt-out-amp-Dead...

It is important to report all failed SureSignal V3 using the links below to:

BBC's Watchdog: https://ssl.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006mg74/contact

Trading Standards: Call them on 0345 4 040506

Vodafone CEO: http://www.ceoemail.com -  (Search Vodafone UK)

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Registered: ‎01-04-2015

Re: VSS£ No lights

Please take a look at my post (link below) in relation to SureSignal V3 units failing with all lights out and the reasons why..

IF YOUR DEVICE HAS FAILED WITH THE LIGHTS OUT THEN THERE IS A GOOD CHANCE INTERNAL COMPONENTS HAVE BEEN DESTROYED BY HEAT AND CONTINUING TO LEAVE IT CONNECTED CARRIES A SMALL FIRE RISK. VODAFONE SHOULD NOT BE RECOMMENDING ANY OTHER ACTION THAN TO REMOVE IT FROM THE MAINS IMMEDIATELY.

Please report the failed unit to Trading Standards via Consumer Direct on 0345 4040506 who are investigating why so many of these units are failing catastrophically and that they are potentially a fire hazard when they do fail.

Trading Standards need to know about any failure where all lights are out as it is suspected that components on the power supply PCB has suffered extreme heat or voltages. Whether or not Vodafone replace under warranty or you have been told to go buy another, report it.

If you near to the unit when it failed you probably would have witnessed a loud bang with a bright flash.

These units fail anytime from new within a week to around two and a half years. Consumer law covers you to claim compensation or a refund as you should have reasonably expected it to have lasted longer. You can use the UK courtd to claim for up to six years from date of purchase so even if yours failed a while ago you can still make a claim.

For over three years Vodafone claim these devices are reliable and safe and have not addressed why so many are failing with heat damaged components inside.

https://forum.vodafone.co.uk/t5/Vodafone-Sure-Signal/Suresignal-V3-Overheated-Hot-Burnt-out-amp-Dead...

It is important to report all failed SureSignal V3 using the links below to:

BBC's Watchdog: https://ssl.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006mg74/contact

Trading Standards: Call them on 0345 4 040506

Vodafone CEO: http://www.ceoemail.com -  (Search Vodafone UK)

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Registered: ‎01-04-2015

Re: SureSignal V3 no lights at all

Please take a look at my post (link below) in relation to SureSignal V3 units failing with all lights out and the reasons why..

IF YOUR DEVICE HAS FAILED WITH THE LIGHTS OUT THEN THERE IS A GOOD CHANCE INTERNAL COMPONENTS HAVE BEEN DESTROYED BY HEAT AND CONTINUING TO LEAVE IT CONNECTED CARRIES A SMALL FIRE RISK. VODAFONE SHOULD NOT BE RECOMMENDING ANY OTHER ACTION THAN TO REMOVE IT FROM THE MAINS IMMEDIATELY.

Please report the failed unit to Trading Standards via Consumer Direct on 0345 4040506 who are investigating why so many of these units are failing catastrophically and that they are potentially a fire hazard when they do fail.

Trading Standards need to know about any failure where all lights are out as it is suspected that components on the power supply PCB has suffered extreme heat or voltages. Whether or not Vodafone replace under warranty or you have been told to go buy another, report it.

If you near to the unit when it failed you probably would have witnessed a loud bang with a bright flash.

These units fail anytime from new within a week to around two and a half years. Consumer law covers you to claim compensation or a refund as you should have reasonably expected it to have lasted longer.

You can use the UK courts to claim for up to six years from date of purchase so even if yours failed a while ago you can still make a claim.

For over three years Vodafone claim these devices are reliable and safe and have not addressed why so many are failing with heat damaged components inside.

https://forum.vodafone.co.uk/t5/Vodafone-Sure-Signal/Suresignal-V3-Overheated-Hot-Burnt-out-amp-Dead...

It is important to report all failed SureSignal V3 using the links below to:

BBC's Watchdog: https://ssl.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006mg74/contact

Trading Standards: Call them on 0345 4 040506

Vodafone CEO: http://www.ceoemail.com -  (Search Vodafone UK)

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Registered: ‎01-04-2015

Re: Sure Signal version 3 - no lights at all

Please take a look at my post (link below) in relation to SureSignal V3 units failing with all lights out and the reasons why..

IF YOUR DEVICE HAS FAILED WITH THE LIGHTS OUT THEN THERE IS A GOOD CHANCE INTERNAL COMPONENTS HAVE BEEN DESTROYED BY HEAT AND CONTINUING TO LEAVE IT CONNECTED CARRIES A SMALL FIRE RISK. VODAFONE SHOULD NOT BE RECOMMENDING ANY OTHER ACTION THAN TO REMOVE IT FROM THE MAINS IMMEDIATELY.

Please report the failed unit to Trading Standards via Consumer Direct on 0345 4040506 who are investigating why so many of these units are failing catastrophically and that they are potentially a fire hazard when they do fail.

Trading Standards need to know about any failure where all lights are out as it is suspected that components on the power supply PCB has suffered extreme heat or voltages. Whether or not Vodafone replace under warranty or you have been told to go buy another, report it.

If you near to the unit when it failed you probably would have witnessed a loud bang with a bright flash.

These units fail anytime from new within a week to around two and a half years. Consumer law covers you to claim compensation or a refund as you should have reasonably expected it to have lasted longer.

You can use the UK courts to claim for up to six years from date of purchase so even if yours failed a while ago you can still make a claim.

For over three years Vodafone claim these devices are reliable and safe and have not addressed why so many are failing with heat damaged components inside.

https://forum.vodafone.co.uk/t5/Vodafone-Sure-Signal/Suresignal-V3-Overheated-Hot-Burnt-out-amp-Dead...

It is important to report all failed SureSignal V3 using the links below to:

BBC's Watchdog: https://ssl.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006mg74/contact

Trading Standards: Call them on 0345 4 040506

Vodafone CEO: http://www.ceoemail.com -  (Search Vodafone UK)

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Re: Sure Signal 3 Warranty Period?

Please take a look at my post (link below) in relation to SureSignal V3 units failing with all lights out and the reasons why..

IF YOUR DEVICE HAS FAILED WITH THE LIGHTS OUT THEN THERE IS A GOOD CHANCE INTERNAL COMPONENTS HAVE BEEN DESTROYED BY HEAT AND CONTINUING TO LEAVE IT CONNECTED CARRIES A SMALL FIRE RISK. VODAFONE SHOULD NOT BE RECOMMENDING ANY OTHER ACTION THAN TO REMOVE IT FROM THE MAINS IMMEDIATELY.

Please report the failed unit to Trading Standards via Consumer Direct on 0345 4040506 who are investigating why so many of these units are failing catastrophically and that they are potentially a fire hazard when they do fail.

Trading Standards need to know about any failure where all lights are out as it is suspected that components on the power supply PCB has suffered extreme heat or voltages. Whether or not Vodafone replace under warranty or you have been told to go buy another, report it.

If you were near to the unit when it failed you probably would have witnessed a loud bang with a bright flash.

These units fail anytime from new within a week to around two and a half years. Consumer law covers you to claim compensation or a refund as you should have reasonably expected it to have lasted longer.

You can use the UK courts to claim for up to six years from date of purchase so even if yours failed a while ago you can still make a claim.

For over three years Vodafone claim these devices are reliable and safe and have not addressed why so many are failing with heat damaged components inside.

https://forum.vodafone.co.uk/t5/Vodafone-Sure-Signal/Suresignal-V3-Overheated-Hot-Burnt-out-amp-Dead...

It is important to report all failed SureSignal V3 using the links below to:

BBC's Watchdog: https://ssl.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006mg74/contact

Trading Standards: Call them on 0345 4 040506

Vodafone CEO: http://www.ceoemail.com -  (Search Vodafone UK)

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Re: Broken Sure Signal replacement

Please take a look at my post (link below) in relation to SureSignal V3 units failing with all lights out and the reasons why..

IF YOUR DEVICE HAS FAILED WITH THE LIGHTS OUT THEN THERE IS A GOOD CHANCE INTERNAL COMPONENTS HAVE BEEN DESTROYED BY HEAT AND CONTINUING TO LEAVE IT CONNECTED CARRIES A SMALL FIRE RISK. VODAFONE SHOULD NOT BE RECOMMENDING ANY OTHER ACTION THAN TO REMOVE IT FROM THE MAINS IMMEDIATELY.

Please report the failed unit to Trading Standards via Consumer Direct on 0345 4040506 who are investigating why so many of these units are failing catastrophically and that they are potentially a fire hazard when they do fail.

Trading Standards need to know about any failure where all lights are out as it is suspected that components on the power supply PCB has suffered extreme heat or voltages. Whether or not Vodafone replace under warranty or you have been told to go buy another, report it.

If you were near to the unit when it failed you probably would have witnessed a loud bang with a bright flash.

These units fail anytime from new within a week to around two and a half years. Consumer law covers you to claim compensation or a refund as you should have reasonably expected it to have lasted longer.

You can use the UK courts to claim for up to six years from date of purchase so even if yours failed a while ago you can still make a claim.

For over three years Vodafone claim these devices are reliable and safe and have not addressed why so many are failing with heat damaged components inside.

https://forum.vodafone.co.uk/t5/Vodafone-Sure-Signal/Suresignal-V3-Overheated-Hot-Burnt-out-amp-Dead...

It is important to report all failed SureSignal V3 using the links below to:

BBC's Watchdog: https://ssl.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006mg74/contact

Trading Standards: Call them on 0345 4 040506

Vodafone CEO: http://www.ceoemail.com -  (Search Vodafone UK)

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Re: Sure Signal v3 blew up

Please take a look at my post (link below) in relation to SureSignal V3 units failing with all lights out and the reasons why..

IF YOUR DEVICE HAS FAILED WITH THE LIGHTS OUT THEN THERE IS A GOOD CHANCE INTERNAL COMPONENTS HAVE BEEN DESTROYED BY HEAT AND CONTINUING TO LEAVE IT CONNECTED CARRIES A SMALL FIRE RISK. VODAFONE SHOULD NOT BE RECOMMENDING ANY OTHER ACTION THAN TO REMOVE IT FROM THE MAINS IMMEDIATELY.

Please report the failed unit to Trading Standards via Consumer Direct on 0345 4040506 who are investigating why so many of these units are failing catastrophically and that they are potentially a fire hazard when they do fail.

Trading Standards need to know about any failure where all lights are out as it is suspected that components on the power supply PCB has suffered extreme heat or voltages. Whether or not Vodafone replace under warranty or you have been told to go buy another, report it.

If you were near to the unit when it failed you probably would have witnessed a loud bang with a bright flash.

These units fail anytime from new within a week to around two and a half years. Consumer law covers you to claim compensation or a refund as you should have reasonably expected it to have lasted longer.

You can use the UK courts to claim for up to six years from date of purchase so even if yours failed a while ago you can still make a claim.

For over three years Vodafone claim these devices are reliable and safe and have not addressed why so many are failing with heat damaged components inside.

https://forum.vodafone.co.uk/t5/Vodafone-Sure-Signal/Suresignal-V3-Overheated-Hot-Burnt-out-amp-Dead...

It is important to report all failed SureSignal V3 using the links below to:

BBC's Watchdog: https://ssl.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006mg74/contact

Trading Standards: Call them on 0345 4 040506

Vodafone CEO: http://www.ceoemail.com -  (Search Vodafone UK)

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Re: my sure signal blew up too

Please take a look at my post (link below) in relation to SureSignal V3 units failing with all lights out and the reasons why..

IF YOUR DEVICE HAS FAILED WITH THE LIGHTS OUT THEN THERE IS A GOOD CHANCE INTERNAL COMPONENTS HAVE BEEN DESTROYED BY HEAT AND CONTINUING TO LEAVE IT CONNECTED CARRIES A SMALL FIRE RISK. VODAFONE SHOULD NOT BE RECOMMENDING ANY OTHER ACTION THAN TO REMOVE IT FROM THE MAINS IMMEDIATELY.

Please report the failed unit to Trading Standards via Consumer Direct on 0345 4040506 who are investigating why so many of these units are failing catastrophically and that they are potentially a fire hazard when they do fail.

Trading Standards need to know about any failure where all lights are out as it is suspected that components on the power supply PCB has suffered extreme heat or voltages. Whether or not Vodafone replace under warranty or you have been told to go buy another, report it.

If you were near to the unit when it failed you probably would have witnessed a loud bang with a bright flash.

These units fail anytime from new within a week to around two and a half years. Consumer law covers you to claim compensation or a refund as you should have reasonably expected it to have lasted longer.

You can use the UK courts to claim for up to six years from date of purchase so even if yours failed a while ago you can still make a claim.

For over three years Vodafone claim these devices are reliable and safe and have not addressed why so many are failing with heat damaged components inside.

https://forum.vodafone.co.uk/t5/Vodafone-Sure-Signal/Suresignal-V3-Overheated-Hot-Burnt-out-amp-Dead...

It is important to report all failed SureSignal V3 using the links below to:

BBC's Watchdog: https://ssl.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006mg74/contact

Trading Standards: Call them on 0345 4 040506

Vodafone CEO: http://www.ceoemail.com -  (Search Vodafone UK)

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Re: Sure signal thats we were registered on blew up, we have 2 contracts and little or no signal. He

Please take a look at my post (link below) in relation to SureSignal V3 units failing with all lights out and the reasons why..

IF YOUR DEVICE HAS FAILED WITH THE LIGHTS OUT THEN THERE IS A GOOD CHANCE INTERNAL COMPONENTS HAVE BEEN DESTROYED BY HEAT AND CONTINUING TO LEAVE IT CONNECTED CARRIES A SMALL FIRE RISK. VODAFONE SHOULD NOT BE RECOMMENDING ANY OTHER ACTION THAN TO REMOVE IT FROM THE MAINS IMMEDIATELY.

Please report the failed unit to Trading Standards via Consumer Direct on 0345 4040506 who are investigating why so many of these units are failing catastrophically and that they are potentially a fire hazard when they do fail.

Trading Standards need to know about any failure where all lights are out as it is suspected that components on the power supply PCB has suffered extreme heat or voltages. Whether or not Vodafone replace under warranty or you have been told to go buy another, report it.

If you were near to the unit when it failed you probably would have witnessed a loud bang with a bright flash.

These units fail anytime from new within a week to around two and a half years. Consumer law covers you to claim compensation or a refund as you should have reasonably expected it to have lasted longer.

You can use the UK courts to claim for up to six years from date of purchase so even if yours failed a while ago you can still make a claim.

For over three years Vodafone claim these devices are reliable and safe and have not addressed why so many are failing with heat damaged components inside.

https://forum.vodafone.co.uk/t5/Vodafone-Sure-Signal/Suresignal-V3-Overheated-Hot-Burnt-out-amp-Dead...

It is important to report all failed SureSignal V3 using the links below to:

BBC's Watchdog: https://ssl.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006mg74/contact

Trading Standards: Call them on 0345 4 040506

Vodafone CEO: http://www.ceoemail.com -  (Search Vodafone UK)

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Re: Yet another SureSignal explodes

Please take a look at my post (link below) in relation to SureSignal V3 units failing with all lights out and the reasons why..

IF YOUR DEVICE HAS FAILED WITH THE LIGHTS OUT THEN THERE IS A GOOD CHANCE INTERNAL COMPONENTS HAVE BEEN DESTROYED BY HEAT AND CONTINUING TO LEAVE IT CONNECTED CARRIES A SMALL FIRE RISK. VODAFONE SHOULD NOT BE RECOMMENDING ANY OTHER ACTION THAN TO REMOVE IT FROM THE MAINS IMMEDIATELY.

Please report the failed unit to Trading Standards via Consumer Direct on 0345 4040506 who are investigating why so many of these units are failing catastrophically and that they are potentially a fire hazard when they do fail.

Trading Standards need to know about any failure where all lights are out as it is suspected that components on the power supply PCB has suffered extreme heat or voltages. Whether or not Vodafone replace under warranty or you have been told to go buy another, report it.

If you were near to the unit when it failed you probably would have witnessed a loud bang with a bright flash.

These units fail anytime from new within a week to around two and a half years. Consumer law covers you to claim compensation or a refund as you should have reasonably expected it to have lasted longer.

You can use the UK courts to claim for up to six years from date of purchase so even if yours failed a while ago you can still make a claim.

For over three years Vodafone claim these devices are reliable and safe and have not addressed why so many are failing with heat damaged components inside.

https://forum.vodafone.co.uk/t5/Vodafone-Sure-Signal/Suresignal-V3-Overheated-Hot-Burnt-out-amp-Dead...

It is important to report all failed SureSignal V3 using the links below to:

BBC's Watchdog: https://ssl.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006mg74/contact

Trading Standards: Call them on 0345 4 040506

Vodafone CEO: http://www.ceoemail.com -  (Search Vodafone UK)

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Re: Sure Signal Burnt out

Please take a look at my post (link below) in relation to SureSignal V3 units failing with all lights out and the reasons why..

IF YOUR DEVICE HAS FAILED WITH THE LIGHTS OUT THEN THERE IS A GOOD CHANCE INTERNAL COMPONENTS HAVE BEEN DESTROYED BY HEAT AND CONTINUING TO LEAVE IT CONNECTED CARRIES A SMALL FIRE RISK. VODAFONE SHOULD NOT BE RECOMMENDING ANY OTHER ACTION THAN TO REMOVE IT FROM THE MAINS IMMEDIATELY.

Please report the failed unit to Trading Standards via Consumer Direct on 0345 4040506 who are investigating why so many of these units are failing so  catastrophically and that there is  potentially a fire hazard when they fail.

When you get through, let the operator know that West Berkshire Trading Standards are monitoring for calls in relation to this product and that you wish to register your details as well.

If Vodafone offer a replacement (even under warranty), do not hand in your old unit but instead tell them that you want to hold on to the device for further investigation and you are willing to prove the device is faulty by taking it to a local store as I did.

Ensure you let staff know that in plugging the device into a mains socket that there is a small risk it could set on fire.

Trading Standards need to know about any failure where all lights are out as it is suspected that components on the power supply PCB have suffered extreme heat or voltages.

Whether or not Vodafone replace under warranty or you have been told to go buy another, you must report it as any replacement will most likely suffer the same demise.

If you were near to the unit when it failed you probably would have witnessed a loud bang with a bright flash.

These units can fail anytime from new within a week to around two and a half years. Consumer law covers you to claim compensation or a refund as you should have reasonably expected it to have lasted longer.

You can use the UK courts to claim for up to six years from date of purchase so even if yours failed a while ago or it is out of warranty you can still make a claim.

If you need help with information to make a claim, contact me directly where we can open up the unit, take pictures and report on the failure.

For over three years Vodafone claim these devices are reliable and safe and have not addressed why so many are failing with heat damaged components inside.

Mine was replaced at two and a half years after contacting Trading Standards and suggested I would have the unit design inspected. I work in electronics and checking components and design is where our factory specialise and there are some serious questions over the design of this product.

https://forum.vodafone.co.uk/t5/Vodafone-Sure-Signal/Suresignal-V3-Overheated-Hot-Burnt-out-amp-Dead...

It is important to report all failed SureSignal V3 using the links below to:

BBC's Watchdog: https://ssl.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006mg74/contact

Trading Standards: Call them on 0345 4 040506

Vodafone CEO: http://www.ceoemail.com -  (Search Vodafone UK)

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Registered: ‎01-04-2015

Re: Sure Signal just exploded!

Please take a look at my post (link below) in relation to SureSignal V3 units failing with all lights out and the reasons why..

IF YOUR DEVICE HAS FAILED WITH THE LIGHTS OUT THEN THERE IS A GOOD CHANCE INTERNAL COMPONENTS HAVE BEEN DESTROYED BY HEAT AND CONTINUING TO LEAVE IT CONNECTED CARRIES A SMALL FIRE RISK. VODAFONE SHOULD NOT BE RECOMMENDING ANY OTHER ACTION THAN TO REMOVE IT FROM THE MAINS IMMEDIATELY.

Please report the failed unit to Trading Standards via Consumer Direct on 0345 4040506 who are investigating why so many of these units are failing so  catastrophically and that there is  potentially a fire hazard when they fail.

When you get through, let the operator know that West Berkshire Trading Standards are monitoring for calls in relation to this product and that you wish to register your details as well.

If Vodafone offer a replacement (even under warranty), do not hand in your old unit but instead tell them that you want to hold on to the device for further investigation and you are willing to prove the device is faulty by taking it to a local store as I did.

Ensure you let staff know that in plugging the device into a mains socket that there is a small risk it could set on fire.

Trading Standards need to know about any failure where all lights are out as it is suspected that components on the power supply PCB have suffered extreme heat or voltages.

Whether or not Vodafone replace under warranty or you have been told to go buy another, you must report it as any replacement will most likely suffer the same demise.

If you were near to the unit when it failed you probably would have witnessed a loud bang with a bright flash.

These units can fail anytime from new within a week to around two and a half years. Consumer law covers you to claim compensation or a refund as you should have reasonably expected it to have lasted longer.

You can use the UK courts to claim for up to six years from date of purchase so even if yours failed a while ago or it is out of warranty you can still make a claim.

If you need help with information to make a claim, contact me directly where we can open up the unit, take pictures and report on the failure.

For over three years Vodafone claim these devices are reliable and safe and have not addressed why so many are failing with heat damaged components inside.

Mine was replaced at two and a half years after contacting Trading Standards and suggested I would have the unit design inspected. I work in electronics and checking components and design is where our factory specialise and there are some serious questions over the design of this product.

https://forum.vodafone.co.uk/t5/Vodafone-Sure-Signal/Suresignal-V3-Overheated-Hot-Burnt-out-amp-Dead...

It is important to report all failed SureSignal V3 using the links below to:

BBC's Watchdog: https://ssl.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006mg74/contact

Trading Standards: Call them on 0345 4 040506

Vodafone CEO: http://www.ceoemail.com -  (Search Vodafone UK)

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Re: Sure Signal just exploded!

Please stop posting this message on every sure signal thread you can find no matter how old it is. Even if this is an important message it's spamming the boards, is against house rules and is making the forum difficult for everyone else to use.

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Rank 6: Frequent Poster
Posts: 406
Registered: ‎01-04-2015

Re: Sure Signal just exploded!

What's spamming when informing users with the same issue that they have a claim against Vodafone?

Same issue, same symptoms and same result..

People are posting asking for information.. the answer is the same in every case so why would this be spam?

It is important to report all failed SureSignal V3 using the links below to:

BBC's Watchdog: https://ssl.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006mg74/contact

Trading Standards: Call them on 0345 4 040506

Vodafone CEO: http://www.ceoemail.com -  (Search Vodafone UK)

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Posts: 406
Registered: ‎01-04-2015

Re: Sure Signal just exploded!

Further to this..

I have replied to postings where there is suggesion that there are no lights and not as you state 'every SureSignal posting'.

Do you not agree that if you were forced to pay £70-£100 to replace a faulty unit that someone should offer a way and advice to obtain a refund?

It is important to report all failed SureSignal V3 using the links below to:

BBC's Watchdog: https://ssl.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006mg74/contact

Trading Standards: Call them on 0345 4 040506

Vodafone CEO: http://www.ceoemail.com -  (Search Vodafone UK)

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