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Microwave faulty - rights?
Topic: Microwave faulty - rights?
Posted: 21/March/2017 at 14:09
My microwave i bought from Harvey Norman has become faulty during the warranty period.
I would like to know if i'm well within my rights to ask for a refund?
( sometime it doesnt turn on, other times some buttons dont work)
Edited by WB66 - 21/March/2017 at 14:12
|Quote Reply Posted: 22/March/2017 at 14:40|
You should take it back to the store where you bought it together with a copy of the receipt. Nothing to stop you asking for a refund, but it's up to them whether they exchange for a working model, repair it or give you the refund. Australian consumer law applies, take a look Repair, replace or refund.
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