For some complicated reasons, we tend to get power outages six or seven times a month. Rarely for more than a few minutes, often less than that.
I ended up with a whole bunch of WeMo minis about a year ago when a couple of different friends moved on to other systems. Most were new in the box.
I’m finding that the WeMo minis die completely after about 10 power outages. But all my other pocket sockets are holding up fine.
Anybody else noticing anything similar? Like I said , at my house this means the pocket socket goes bad after about three months, obviously not an acceptable lifespan.
They have a three-year warranty, but since I wasn’t the original purchaser, it won’t apply.