Samsung wants you to turn off your Galaxy Note 7 even if you’ve gotten a replacement. This announcement comes right after the company stated it was halting production of the smartphone.

  • Samsung warns customers to turn off their Galaxy Note 7 replacement phones
  • There are reports that the Galaxy Note 7 replacements are catching fire
  • Related story: Recall Alert: Samsung Galaxy Note 7 over fire reports

Samsung Electronics says it is stopping production of its Galaxy Note 7 smartphones, a day after it halted global sales of the star-crossed devices.

The South Korean company said in a regulatory filing Tuesday that it has made a final decision to stop production for the sake of consumer safety.

Samsung is struggling to regain consumer trust after a first round of recalls. The company stopped selling the device after finding that even the supposedly safer replacements it was providing for recalled Note 7 phones were catching fire.

There have been at least five reports of people claiming the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 replacements have caught fire. 

One report came out of Kentucky when, according to WKYT, the owner said he woke up to a hissing sound and smoke filling the room when he realized his phone was on fire.

Samsung released this statement Monday night.

“Consumers with either an original Galaxy Note 7 or replacement Galaxy Note 7 device should power down and stop using the device and take advantage of the remedies available,” according to the statement.

Samsung stocks dropped 7.5 percent in just a day.

Cell phone retailers including ATT and Verizon are offering refunds for the Galaxy Note 7 or an exchange for a different smart phone.

The Associated Press contributed to this story.