Advertisements I bought a Bolt 1tb all-in on 12-2017. In September 2018 I returned from a summer in the north and tried to reactivate my Tivo and it wouldn't recognize the cable card. I assumed it was Spectrum's problem until they brought out a Tivo Vox and proved it was my unit. Tivo replaced it for a fee since it was out of warranty. The refurb unit (Manufactured 5/18) went completely dead except for fan noise this week. To my surprise Tivo agreed to ship another refurb out without the 150 transfer fee. I am of course happy about this. However, I have owned a DirectTV HD Tivo(sold), Tivo HD box(sold), Tivo Premiere, Tivo Romio. All of these devices (DTV obsolete) are still running to this day some of them over a decade old. What is with these Bolt units? Not enough cooling? I don't want to have to keep paying for defective units. I wouldn't be upset if a 10 year old unit went bad (i replace my own hd when they happen), but a 1 and 2 year old units should not be going bad so quickly. Plus the unit operation it self was always sketchy, like random garbled video play back, little black outs of video that the audio continued, random reboots, crashes when accessing Apps and those dreaded prerolls would hang the unit sometimes. I keep the unit on top of my av furniture unit so it gets fresh air. Its connected to a UPS constantly to protect from surges and power problems. The cable is properly grounded. Any incite or suggestions for refurbished unit coming in that I can try and keep it running longer? There has been lack of progress on any ideas like being able to use IPTV or record streaming to the box. There have been no new apps in years, hello Spotify, Showtime, AppleTV+ or Disney+ or a Roku app that was promised and never delivered. I think this is probably going to be my last chance with Tivo.