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28 days is well known as being the reasonable amount of time you should give any company for a lot of things (including repairs\\delivery). After which point you might be entitled to some sort of juicyness.
28 days is well known as being the reasonable amount of time you should give any company for a lot of things (including repairs\\delivery). After which point you might be entitled to some sort of juicyness.
Well-known Member. HI, I'm with Gary on this one - a duration of 4-6 weeks should be the maximum a repair should reasonably take, and if it's longer than that, a replacement set should be being offered to you!
If problems arise that are not covered by the written warranty, you should investigate the protection given by your implied warranty. Implied warranty coverage can last as long as four years, although the length of the coverage varies from state to state.
Because manufacturers tend to give one year's warranty on goods, retailers will usually push you in their direction if the product breaks inside the first year. However, SOGA provides cover for goods bought for up to six years in England and Wales. This means if a TV fails after 13 months, you still have rights.
Sue in Court A warranty is a contract. When your warranty company refuses to honor the terms of a warranty, you may have a claim for breach of contract. The amount allowed in small claims varies from state to state, but for most products, you can sue in small claims court.
The Sale of Goods Act offers protection against faulty goods even when the manufacturer's guarantee has run out. The act says goods must last a reasonable time - and that can be anything up to six years from the date of purchase.
A warranty is most common in the case of purchasing electrical products. Generally, a warranty will last for 12 months to two years, although in relation to more expensive goods, it may last longer.
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