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  1. Hi, I bought an ex-display electrical item last year and about 6 months down the line it appeared that the bulb inside the item had blown, but didn't do anything like attempt to replace the bulb until almost 6 months later, where I found that it wasn't the bulb at all but part of the circuitry inside that had failed. I still had the receipt and box and took it back to the place where I had bought the item. They said that after all this time it wasn't something they were legally obliged to replace/exchange or refund for. I am having to pay for a replacement part from the retailer instead. Where do I legally stand here? (I sent the item back to the retailer just within 12 months of purchase.)
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