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Samsung LE40B550 - 40" Crystal TV LCD TV 1080P £555.00 + 6% Quidco delivered @ Dell

£555.00 @ Dell (Business)
Resolution : 1920 x 1080 PC Interface : VGA (HD-15) HDCP Compatible : Yes Technology : TFT active matrix Progressive Scan : Yes Dimensions (WxDxH) / Weight : 99.8 cm x 25.5 cm x 69.9 cm - wi… Read More
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Resolution : 1920 x 1080
PC Interface : VGA (HD-15)
HDCP Compatible : Yes
Technology : TFT active matrix
Progressive Scan : Yes
Dimensions (WxDxH) / Weight : 99.8 cm x 25.5 cm x 69.9 cm - with stand / 19.4 kg
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#1
£534.90 including delivery from Pixmania if you use the code Pixuk09056 at checkout for £17 Off.

Also 4% Quidco.

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#2
Pixmania are nasty to deal with, especially if your purchase goes faulty.
#3
Sid the Sloth;6020565
Pixmania are nasty to deal with, especially if your purchase goes faulty.
I bought a Yamaha surround system from them, return it a couple of weeks later for a full refund, no questions asked.

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#4
cutthroat_jake
I bought a Yamaha surround system from them, return it a couple of weeks later for a full refund, no questions asked.

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they would as you are still covered under distance selling rules - try getting something fixed in the guarantee period, after the first 28 days
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checkley73;6021814
they would as you are still covered under distance selling rules - try getting something fixed in the guarantee period, after the first 28 days
Surely that's the job of the manufacturer's warranty and very little to do with the seller?

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#6
cutthroat_jake
Surely that's the job of the manufacturer's warranty and very little to do with the seller?

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Not really. Under UK law, the retailer is obliged to at least repair or replace faulty goods during the first 12 months of ownership.
There's nothing stopping you going to the manufacturer, but that can end up being more cumbersome and potentially more expensive.
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Sid the Sloth;6023070
Not really. Under UK law, the retailer is obliged to at least repair or replace faulty goods during the first 12 months of ownership.
There's nothing stopping you going to the manufacturer, but that can end up being more cumbersome and potentially more expensive.
We're talking about a TV here though. You'd be dealing with the manufacturer, as I did when my Panasonic plasma panel failed after 11 months. They dutifully replaced it at a cost of £1,000. The retailer wasn't involved at all. You'd only be dealing with the retailer if you purchased some sort of extended warranty from them.

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cutthroat_jake;6023649
We're talking about a TV here though. You'd be dealing with the manufacturer, as I did when my Panasonic plasma panel failed after 11 months. They dutifully replaced it at a cost of £1,000. The retailer wasn't involved at all. You'd only be dealing with the retailer if you purchased some sort of extended warranty from them.

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It can be that the manufacturer is a quicker option to get a problem sorted, but you have no way of enforcing that at all - if it goes wrong, and they mess you about, (as it often does!) you can't do a thing about it - The RETAILER is the one you go for.
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nihcaj;6023955
It can be that the manufacturer is a quicker option to get a problem sorted, but you have no way of enforcing that at all - if it goes wrong, and they mess you about, (as it often does!) you can't do a thing about it - The RETAILER is the one you go for.
A combination of the two is the key. There is a step-by-step guide to claiming, written by consumer association Which? here.
"Legally, you have only a ‘reasonable’ time (normally just a few weeks after you bought it) to reject something, but a reputable retailer may give you a refund as a goodwill gesture."
"If the product is within its guarantee period, contact the manufacturer, explain the problem, and ask if it will give you a refund."

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#11
Aaagghh... Why is it Dell deals links always give me Server Error in '/LT' Application.

Why I oughta...

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