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Member Since: Jan 20, 2013
Location: UK
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It wasnt accidental damage. The glass cracked with no collision or intervention from third party. There must be cases of defective glass being used in these or similar products? Or can any company fit what they like and then say you damaged it. Surely there is testing that can be done to prove this? anyway UK law stipulates the retailer has to prove the unit was not damaged at time of sale within first six months of purchase. Consumers here have very strong rights.
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