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The one show-interesting discussion regarding repair/replacement of goods.

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The sale of goods act, states that you can sometimes claim for goods upto 6 years after they have been purchased! The example couple have just been awarded a new xbox after their 18month one broke dow…
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banned7y, 8m agoPosted 7 years, 8 months ago
The sale of goods act, states that you can sometimes claim for goods upto 6 years after they have been purchased! The example couple have just been awarded a new xbox after their 18month one broke down!

worth finding on iplayer if you've missed it.

'Item has got to last a reasonable amount of time' i.e. Flip flop is much smaller time than a car.
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banned7y, 8m agoPosted 7 years, 8 months ago
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They are talking about music or something now
#2
go onto iplayer catchup , will be back on in a short while.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b00ldxc4/The_One_Show_03_07_2009/
#4
I caught this tonight. Have recorded it so I note down main points. Have a sofa that needs to go back to argos (waiting on response to bloke that came round to check it).
#5
:whistling:I am in the market for a new TV. Wandering in to our local Comet, I was pounced on and shown some TV's, around £599. I was immediately advised that a five year warranty would be a good bet, since they could be expensive when they went kaput. I countered this by asking about my standing with a 6 year EU safety net. The short answer was that the salesperson informed me that under the EU the retailer is not liable, and suggested that returning a 37inch TV to some remote part of the globe would be counter-productive for my good viewing !
I was also informed 'that many MP's were not happy with the EU law' and were going to counter it. Can anyone please come up with the truth?

Dennis
#6
I've been emailing HP back and forth about a monitor that has gone faulty. i think it is being escalated higher than a CSR now though, because i keep badgering them.

I got a laptop repaired recently, but that was a known fault so they were happy to repair for free.

I also got £xxx from tesco after a TV died 18 months after purchasing it

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