We had that problem again. This time, we got a hint, because we hat a malfunction on a different device, which triggered the fuse.
Next morning the alarm didn’t work. Starting our favourite radio station manually worked, so it was definitely not a WiFi issue.
Again there was no way to get the different alarms work again.
After deleting all existing alarm times, and creating new ones, with dedicated names (as I know already) it worked again.
That is a bit annoying.
Alarms shouldn’t be affected by power loss, at the first !!! Power failures may occur in times you are not at home.
Second, why should I always set all alarms new? We are a family with different wake up times on different days.
So I sent an E-Mail about this to the support, but never got a ticket number or any answer anyway.
That’s what I had several times before. It seems, that the support don’t answer foreign customers complains.
So would be good to have the problem fixed an to know it.
Every time we clean the Mu-so we look after the power cord, not to loosen it. My wife doesn’t move it to “better place” any longer, just to prevent power loss….
And we always hope not to have a power cut within the night.
An alarm clock is something to substantiate, so it would be good to know it works
That email address is no longer active, unfortunately (has not been for more than a year), which could explain lack of reply!
We now offer full Mu-so support in-house, with the details @Richard.Dane has provided.
I’ll also loop @tomvamos in here so our software team are aware of this issue.
Clare you could ask your IT person to provide an automatic redirect from the old muso support email address to the current support email address. Or at least to provide an automatic reply (like out of office) from muso support email address. These are both trivial things to do as it’s all on your own naimaudio domain.
As Suedkiez wrote, I got the e-Mail Adresse, when looking for mu-so 2 support recently. Also all mails I wrote before, I used E-Mail links on your website. And this doesn’t explain, why the German support, contacted via my shop, gave only one answer, something like “we had to give it to the Naim customer support…they will contact you” . But nothing happened.
Again I am amazed how semiprofessional (for best, one could call it easily amateurish) the customer support works for highly rated and highly priced devices.
So I try again with email@example.com, and I am curious, if something is happening now