Bought a stove for £1125 but has a defect in the moulding. How much should i ask for back to keep it
It is a specialist stove for a van that runs on diesel but the surface itself is just like a classic ceramic hob which sits into the kitchen worktop.
When I received, when looking at the 4 corners, which would rest on the lip of the worktop inlay there was what looked like a little chip on one corner.
Thinking this was just an aesthetic thing I informed the seller and they said they will offer £75 back.
I agreed but did not know the issue would be more of a problem once I cut the inlay on the worktop.
I was able to rest it in to test the fit yesterday and noticed this is not just a chip but somehow the moulding process has caused like a teardrop effect when setting I assume meaning that the appliance will not sit flush on the worktop. This would mean I would have to take additional steps to try and counter this defect which I feel would be worth more than just £75.
I am thinking to ask for a heavy discount, since I feel if sold to someone else they would like take issue with this too so would be a difficult sell for them if they get it back, or to send it back and ask they send me another but check it first before shipping to make sure the new one would be in order.
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