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'How long do you have to take faulty goods back?' blog discussion

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This is the discussion to link on the back of Martin's blog. Please read the blog first, as this discussion follows it.




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  • MobeerMobeer Forumite
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    The online 7 days thing does not always apply; particularly if you have something custom made.
  • AnonAnon Forumite
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    Martin's article says that the EU directive does not apply in the UK, yet stories online suggest that someone successfully claimed for their TV to be replaced by Tesco as a result of quoting it. Can the two year EU directive be used to back up your case?
    http://www.theguardian.com/money/2009/may/23/tesco-consumer-guarantee

    If a TV stops working in under two years (I appreciate that the SOGA states up to six years, but you then have to prove it was a manufacturer fault), being able to quote the EU directive to Tesco would may help get them to replace? They have offered a partial refund but the amount will not get my TV fixed or replaced.

    Many thanks
  • gezza23gezza23 Forumite
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    I purchased a fridge freezer from a high street retailer in Feb 2013. I still have original receipt but I never took out a extended warranty at the time. Would I be able to argue ''unreasonable life'' of the appliance or am I wasting my time?
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