Yes – let's see if it all gets fixed and if the dealer is helpful.
In terms of your rights, you are entitled to buy goods which are of satisfactory quality and remain that way for a reasonable period of time. Satisfactory quality is basically the quality that a reasonable consumer would be entitled to expect given the nature of the product, description – price paid and any other circumstances.
So the question here becomes whether a reasonable consumer would expect to pay £269 for a new television every 15 months.
Another way to look at it is – if the manufacturer or seller advertise the television and said "by this television for £269 and it will last you a full 15 months – after which it will stop working and you will have to replace it" – would anybody buy one?
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