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  1. I think this is probably a general question but in my case it applies some very expensive private dentistry work I had done. The treatment finished in April 2016 and is covered by a 12 month "aftercare" or guarantee. Since then I have had to go back to the dentist to re-insert a loose crown and bridgework which he fitted. This was done free of charge. The twelve month period is coming to an end and again I have problems with the same two teeth - a crown fallen off and a loose bridge. Unfortunately the company I used (a larger cosmetic surgery company) no longer offers dentistry and ha
  2. Our TV had two faults It turned itself on randomly from standby and it also had grey panels across the screen when the screen had a white image on it. Everything else was MINT condition, not a scratch on it. They turned up to take it away, they didn't wrap it in any kind of protective covering ie: bubble wrap etc. It was jammed into a tv container including the metal stand attached to it, it clearly wasn't meant to all fit in the box. I called them to see what was happening, they tell me they've fixed the turning on from standby randomly issue, I ask them if they've fi
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