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I've got a brand new tripple pack gen1 bought through your BT Amazon store, though one disc just won't turn on, no power light, no power drain when I plug in the mains uk plug on a power meter etc, no noise or smells etc. All indications would indicate the unit is blown or damaged.
The other two discs are running fine, booted up fine, purple LED etc, whereas this broken one nothing.
How can I get this broken disc replaced?
Just to add a note, I spoke with BT, as it was purchased through BT's Amazon store BT themselves won't do anything about it, they said I would need to go direct to Amazon. However they were under the impression too that the disc was faulty/blown.
I contacted with Amazon and they offered either a discount (£34.38) or I would have to return all the items, they wouldn't allow for only returning the faulty disc nor would they send a replacement, I would have to return all 3, so I mentioned this isn't ideal as I would loose connectivity for more than likely a good couple of weeks, so opted for the discount. Which however does mean I'm still a disc down (two are working ok still).
Hmmm... Thanks Inajr02 for your reply. BT washed their hands with it as it was done through Amazon (via the BT store on Amazon), they didn't want to take any action/responsibility, though if your saying although Amazon fulfilled it, BT are responsible on the terms of the guarantee, I'll give them another call (though the last too 30 mins on hold!). However if BT say, fine, return it, I can't go without having any of the discs, which is something I told Amazon, I need to have them here or there's no WiFi, Amazon wouldn't send out a replacement without getting all the discs (the whole package) sent back.
Is there anyone from BT here that could shed some more insight on my rights? Or getting a replacement disc without having to send back all my other two working discs?
As a matter of curiosity, had you tried swapping the power lead with that of another disc to see if it is the disc itself that will not power on or if it is a defective PSU?
Yes that was one of the first things I tried, I also have a few mains socket power drain monitors so I checks on there, and there was no power draw, I've emailed the help desk, who have asked for my original invoice from Amazon and disc serial number, sent this over though not heard back yet.