Many years ago, I took out an extended warranty on a range style cooker. I kept the payments going for a few years, but when I needed new knobs and discovered these were not covered by the warranty, I did not renew it.
Fast forward a few years and I bought a new washing machine. When the guarantee ran out DH suggested I take on the warranty for a couple of years as I was doing laundry for my DD at the time. The machine broke down in November and after some problems the engineer came out and declared that it needed a new part - the door locking mechanism - which would be available within 7 to 10 days. Since then I have had several messages informing me that the spare part is out of stock, but to be honest it isn’t a great problem as I have managed to wedge the door closed and I’m able to use the machine. My question is ‘has anyone found themselves in the same position and how long did you have to wait until the machine was declared irreparable and you were offered a new one as per the terms of the extended warranty contract?’.
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