daddyg 14:32 10 Mar 03

Time have agreed to repair my laptop, but require £34+ for collection and return. This is a hardware problem on a 6 months old machine. I have already spent £20 on calls to the help line And restored it to the factory defaults, the fault persists! What are my rights, new machine? money Back etc.

Thanks Geoff Gothard

  Belatucadrus 18:09 10 Mar 03

Quote from Times warranties & liabilities terms :-

"v) Any defect in or failure of the Goods during the warranty period shall be notified in writing forthwith and the Seller shall at its own expense and within a reasonable time thereafter repair or exchange the Goods. The Seller shall not be liable for the costs of carriage of defective Goods both to and from the Sellers premises."

click here to see the document. Welcome to the downside of a return to base warranty.

  davidg_richmond 00:03 11 Mar 03

i believe the sales of goods etc only requires the seller to cover cost of moving non-portable items such as televisions. did you order direct or from a shop? you have more rights if you phoned or net-ordered your original order under the distance selling act, this could help

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