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  1. This guy – MarK Rittman https://www.google.fr/search?q=mark+ritter+echo&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&client=firefox-b&gfe_rd=cr&ei=JbxsWM2eJKv_8Afnx6uQAg#q=mark+rittman++echo+kettle managed to program his Amazon Echo to control his Internet connected kettle. I have no idea how to go about this. Does anyone have any idea how to do it? Or how to find all the instructions to do it? Thanks
  2. My parents purchased us an expensive (£49.99) Morphy Richards Pyramid kettle Sept 2014. In Jan 2015 it failed and we had to exchange it for a new one. Roughly Jan 2016 it started to drip from the bottom and is now pouring out so have had to stop using it. The kettle came with a 2 year warranty however it appears you had to register it online to get that. It is my understanding all electrical items are covered in the EU for 2 years and under the sale of goods act I feel I am covered to. I have presented this to Tesco who said that would do a 12+ month claim but then told me it come back
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