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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 situation fall under "The Sale Of Goods Act" and if so am I entitled to any help with the cost of repairing the tv?
I'll summarise to keep this as short as possible: Bought car and collected on Monday. On Friday, thought I had a flat tyre, took to tyre garage, alloy wheel cracked in many places. Garage said cracks looked old. Also, had a weld, showing signs of previous repair. Called garage i bought car from. Salesman initially very helpful, asking me to email photo of wheel, so he could replace. Sent email saying "I am sourcing a wheel for you" Chased up later - boss refused to replace wheel (cost of £530, plus tyre at £300) I stated this wasn't acceptable. Wouldn't budge. Offered instead to collect the wheel and "repair" It has many cracks, tyre garage says repair is impossible / unsafe Also, no spare wheel (car has runflats) - so sending wheel obviously renders car un-usable. Car was sold with MOT put on car a day before I collected it. Tyre garage asked an off-duty VOSA inspector to take a look - he said it shouldn't of passed MOT and to appeal the MOT cert (he was off duty- but that is his job) I've informed the garage of my position. Basically, that I believe under the sale of goods act, the garage has a duty to replace the wheel, since repair would be impossible. What should I do? They're asking for the wheel back, but i need VOSA to inspect first to see if MOT is invalid?