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  1. Back story I have a 3 year old car, purchased when it was one year old from a franchise dealer. The car was £32,800 and £47,500 new and is a high caliber manufacturer. During the 22 months ownership I have suffered considerable levels of defects with the goods which have been fixed under warranty. As the warranty expired 7 weeks ago, the dealer will not pay for the most recent fault, refuse to diagnose the fault fully and only under duress offered to raise a "goodwill" case with the manufacturer. Normally in these good will cases, the customer is required to make a "contr
  2. I brought an Acer laptop at the end of March from Argos. This came with a free pack that included a laptop bag, speakers, mouse and some software. The laptop has been sat on a desk for most of it's short life, the start of this weekend I decided to take it out, so I placed it into the free laptop bag that came with the laptop and took it around to a friends. While in the bag the laptop was subject to no forces what so ever. It was placed down on the floor gently, great care was taken just as I always do with my electronic goods. Upon opening the laptop bag, I found
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