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We purchased a Hoselock Pressure Washer from B&Q on 7/7/2011 for £74.00. We used it on 2 occasions that year and because of the hosepipe ban did not get it out again until this weekend. It will not work (the motor does not appear to be working).

 

We returned it to B&Q today and as the warranty had expired (by 2 weeks) they said all they could do was offer us a refund of £45.00 as this was the purchase price now showing on the computer. They did not have any in stock at this price. I did have the receipt with me which showed that we had paid £74.00. They suggested that we contact Hoselock direct as they would have a longer warranty period than B&Q.

 

We have been in touch with hoselock who will not help as the 12 month warranty has expired.

 

If we accept the £45.00 refund from B&Q it will have cost us £29.00 for 2 uses of the pressure washer - is this fair?:???:

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Hello and Welcome, j&p.

 

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I would think that if they gave you the cost of one now would be fair as the most they would be obliged to give you is a replacement or repair as well over the six months for a refund.

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good deal as far as i can see and meets soga.

 

pers i'd ask them the order you one of the £45 jobbies

 

then you'll get up to 6yrs cover under soga.

 

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