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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.
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!
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.
The Manufacturer's Promise Essentially, an auto warranty is a promise given by the manufacturer or dealer to cover various defects and repairs over an allotted amount of time and/or certain amount of mileage on the car. In general, a basic warranty will last about three years or 36,000 miles.
At any rate, the retailer is right. The period of warranty begins on the date of purchase and doesn't "refresh" upon receipt of a warranty repaired/replaced item.
P & J's written material defined its lifetime warranty as "the reasonable life of the product - seven years from installation." That was a far cry from the sales pitch, "as long as you live in your home."
A lifetime warranty is usually a warranty against defects in materials and workmanship that has no time limit to make a claim, rather than a warranty that the product will perform for the lifetime of the buyer. HP Networking product lifetime warranties last for as long as one owns the product.
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