Many Bose QC35 Headphones users are experiencing broken power switches, according to online reports. When the power button breaks, users can’t turn off the headphones anymore. If this happened to you, speak with one of our consumer defect attorneys.
Bose QC35 Power Switch Broken?
You may have a claim. Talk to an attorney, free.
Bose QuietComfort 35 Headphones Won’t Turn Off
The alleged power switch defect may affect these models of Bose headsets:
- Bose QC35 I (Series I)
- Bose QC35 II Noise Cancelling Smart Headphones
- Bose QC35 II Gaming Headset
While these wireless over-ear headphones offer Bluetooth pairing and active noise cancellation (ANC), many users have unfortunately experienced problems with the power button, sometimes just a few weeks or a few months after purchase.
Consumers whose expensive headphones fail just out of warranty are particularly affected. Know your rights! Contact us today.
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