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I bought an LCD Samsung tv from Littlewoods online about 4 years ago (model no. LE32C450E1WXXU). The model is only 4 years old however the mainboard has gone on it (repair will cost £150 parts + labour). I've rang samsung and they've said there's nothing they can do because the tv is past its one year warrenty. now I'm thinking about ringing Littlewoods to see if they can cover the costs for repairs, or part of it. I'm wondering whether this situation falls under "The Sale Of Goods Act" but I'm a little unsure. My question is does this situatio
Hi, I'm having a lot of trouble with my gym. I am signed up with a 12 month contract to David Lloyd. A couple of years ago I was with them as well but ended the membership as I sprained my neck and my spine during a session with one of their personal trainers. Ever since the accident I have had problems. I can just be sat down, just relaxing and then suddenly my back/neck will go and my movement will be very limited. I took out the membership again as I wanted to try to train my body to become stronger, develop around the injuries and hopefully stop this from happening. I used the members
help and advice please. My daughters blackberry recently started to play up. i looked online to find this is a common fault with them so i took it into tmobile to be sent away for repair. The lady in the shop commented on how new it looked and booked it in. ! week later i get a call saying there is a scratch on the phone case and this voids its warrenty ( which i know it doesnt as i work on customer servivce for a large retail group) they sent the phone back into store for me to collect. When i went to get the phone the whole case is broken and lifted almost hanging fromt he phone. the l