Imagine you own a car and you periodically have it suddenly stop running and must coast to the roadside. After a check of petrol, oil and water, you call a breakdown service. The mechanic opens the bonnet, emerging a few seconds later."Try it now" he says, and the car immediately starts. He smiles and says, "It's OK, it just needed a reset."
Imagine if your roof was leaking and you called a roofing expert. He climbs up into your roof-space, returning a few minutes later to advise "It'll be OK now, it just needed a reset".
How have these manufacturers managed to get people to accept products that periodically just stop working?
If the product "just needs a reset", and is so smart, why doesn't it reset itself? Why doesn't a little mechanical hand emerge and press it's own reset button?