My new 150' cable failed for no known reason. My replacement works fine. There is no visible damage or known cause for the failure. I offered to return the cable for inspection, but Starlink refused to honor their claimed 24-month warranty. You would think they might at least show some interest. Seems to me that if this is a known issue, they should replace bad cables. If this is a new issue, maybe they need to check production or make improvements. If it is a rare occurance, it won't cost them much to do the right thing.