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Is there a way to exchange an out of warranty ps3??

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banned7y, 9m agoPosted 7 years, 9 months ago
Sometime back (last year) i sucessfully exchanged my faulty psp with sony and am wondering if this is still possible to do with the ps3? It's actually my cousins and he says it's a fault called the "yellow ring of death" (what?!?) . Apparantly it's a common fault and he can't afford to buy a new one and his warranty ran out 3 months back. Is there anyway Sony would exchange it or has that stopped now? I know last year i heard it was a matter of ringing the helpline and then they would exchange the faulty one with a refurbished one. Any help would be appreciated as he's very worried, thanks!
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banned7y, 9m agoPosted 7 years, 9 months ago
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banned#2


Thank you :thumbsup:, i'll let him know
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banned#5
Thank you everyone for your help, i've told him about your advice and now he is going to try ringing first for an exchange, (though i just read sony have stopped exchanging for free since february this year) and if that doesn't work then he'll try continuous play.:thumbsup:
#6
Take it back to the shop under the "Sale Of Goods Act".

"Warranty" means this>>>





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#7
Nice one didn't know this
banned#8
thesaint
Take it back to the shop under the "Sale Of Goods Act".

"Warranty" means this>>>





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thanks, what would he need to say? wouldn't they say the year of warranty is over?
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madmax23
thanks, what would he need to say?


He needs to read up on "The Sale Of Goods Act", and/or go to the C.A.B and go to the retailer armed with information to combat their misinformation.

madmax23
wouldn't they say the year of warranty is over?


More than likely, but as I said before

thesaint

"Warranty" means this>>>





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banned#10
thesaint, thank you! as ever very helpful :thumbsup: I've told him, so let's see what happens
1 Like #11
excellent advice many thanks

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