I bought a home cinema setup from Argos 22/10/10. In the last week it has started reducing the volume for no reason. The digital display would go from the setting of 38 to 30 without any interaction from me. Today it has started to completely lose the sound and "lock itself up", only switching it off and on again will restore the sound level to normal. No external wiring has come loose so I assume it is an inherent fault and I should get either my money back or a replacement with no arguments. I also believe I do not have to accept a repair offer. Would you agree with my suppositions? BE
Thanks spuds and buteman, it's just that I've had dealings with the manageress before. Took a deep fat fryer back once which she insisted was repairable, turns out after 3 weeks they do not (the manufacturer) do repairs. It was a stand-in manageress who told me this and she replaced it with a better one for my inconvenience. Also once returned a DAB radio that she wouldn't take back after one week. The transformer was external and the cover had pulled off with use around the house. She claimed it was excessive use. I had to mention the trading standards folk before she relented.
So with that in mind I wanted to be clear what I could demand. BE
It possibly goes to show how some stores differ from others. I have easy travel distance access to a number of Argos stores, and of the three main stores that I use I have never had any problems with staff or procedures, including reserve and collect. And that includes returns under the Argos 30 day money refund guarantee.
Perhaps worth a mention, Homebase is part of the Argos organisation. Also if you want interest free payment plans based on 3/6/9 months on certain items, then obtain an Argos store card.