Recently, on Wednesday, a particular move was made by Belkin to recall the Portable Wireless Charger + Stand Special Edition WIZ003 for certain iPhones due to both fire and shock hazards. This was according to the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission or US CPSC.
How to get refund for iPhone charger
According to an article by CNet, the particular power bank as well as the charging stand both combined was then sold exclusively by both Apple and Belkin over from July up to October of 2020 for the price of just $80. Luckily, it was reported that only 2,280 units were sold.
This particular charger is said to include a certain 10,000 mAh battery as well as wireless charging capabilities of up to 10W when it is docked. A certain manufacturing defect in the device's power supply unit can potentially cause the charger to both malfunction and overheat.
iPhone charger refund
This would then create fire and shock risks. This was according to a certain recall notice. Thankfully, there were no injuries that were related to the overheating device that have been reported as of recent.
The charger is said to be compatible along with the iPhone 8 through the different iPhone 11 models. For those that own one of these particular chargers, it is advised that the chargers are immediately stopped using. In order to get a refund, check out the following steps below.
How to get a refund for the iPhone wireless charger:
In order to get a refund, it is important that users first check the packaging and model and look for its serial number since there could be other serial numbers that will not be refunded. Look for the "WIZ003."
Here are the serial numbers that don't work. They can be found at the back of the charger.
Click this link should the instructions be hard to understand. They can be downloaded in different languages that show how to refund the particular charger.
Once done and the instructions are understood, click this link.
Make sure to fill up everything on the form without leaving any information out in order for Belkin to process the refund.
How to refund iPhone charger Belkin
The news was first reported by The Verge which revealed that Belkin is indeed recalling these particular 2-in-1 charger deals. It is important to note that these are not the only wireless chargers out there. This means that for users to get a refund, they should first make sure that the charger that they purchased is indeed included in Belkin's list of defective chargers.
If the serial number of the charger is found to be different in comparison to the serial number that is shown in the list, chances are users will have a hard time asking for a refund. Also, it was only those particular serial numbers that were found not to be working while the others still passed quality inspection.
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Written by Urian Buenconsejo