Warranty

(Even if the warranty sates 1 year, there is a European directive that states you have 2years- subject to certain conditions.)

Now I found a rather nice leaflet that explains with examples your 2 year warranty rights clearly.
EU wide 2 year compulsory warranty 1999/44/EC

Original article

While it may not be the holy grail, it does at least give you some more clout with product warranty issues

Further to this an excellent Office oF Fair Trading page shows that the sale of goods act allows for upto six years

In practice

Searchable scenarios to help bring the law to life.

Home and garden itemsĀ – all scenarios zip fileDownload

Clothing, shoes, jewellery, accessories – all scenarios zip fileDownload

Electricals (white and brown) – all scenarios zip fileDownload

Stationery, CDs, DVDs, electronic toys and games – all scenarios zip fileDownload

Toiletries and cosmetics – all scenarios zip fileDownload

Used cars Download

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