Arrived this morning, within 10 mins of installing smoke was coming out the back and a Purple light started to flash.
> "within 10 mins of installing smoke was coming out the back"
Wow! It never rains but it pours, for the poor ol' HH6. 😛
Perhaps BT has now decided to go into competition with Samsung and weaponize their electronics. 😉
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Obviously as soon as the incident happened I was on the phone,the woman who answered never sounded surpised.
Just said ok I will make sure another is sent out.
The smoke was at the back above where the card for passwords slips in.
This was only minor and certainly wasnt in anyway worried it was gonna catch alight
This happened to me today,
They are sending me a new hub but wonder if any other problems would be caused by this happening or if any other problem could have caused this to happen!
I have had this hub for a few months with no problem.
Today, no connection-green light on.
Re booted, green light on - then purple light flashing - burning smell - smoke - panic - pull the plugs!!
I tried fitting up my old Hub 4 (the one with the additional white box), Still no infinity connection, all lights on but 'b' light stays green.
Is it possible more damage could have been done?
Thanks for any help
I've seen a fair few melted hubs and on every occasion it's because the customer used the power supply from their old hub which had a different voltage output.
It will depend, I think, on exactly which power supply is being used. For example, as I understand it the HH5 type A and HH6 type A power supplies both output 12V at 1500mA.
Nevertheless, using the power supply that came with the hub must be the best bet.