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to warn you all to take out the extended warranty on your child?

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entropygirl Thu 19-Apr-12 20:06:43

I didn't as I didn't think it was good value for money at the time and now I am stuck with a faulty child!

A, by no means comprehensive, list of the faults includes:

The emission of stinking substances of various consistencies and colours; no understandable speech but instead the child has started emitting high pitch yells for no apparent reason; a total lack of musical ability; a tendency to use noodles as a weapon of mass destruction; a faulty sleep mode which fails intermittently throughout the day and night; and some sort of failure in the mobility function which causes falling and bumping.

I suppose as I have only had the product (of conception) for 10 months I may be able to get a refund under the manufacturers guarantee instead?

<heads off to tackle DH on the subject>

Brookesmommy Tue 01-May-12 15:38:13

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Dillydollydaydream Tue 01-May-12 16:04:07

My model is 5 years old now and I've no end of problems with it. Even from the word go, it was delivered a week later than promised but I was refused compensation. The sleep mode has never worked properly, the feed function ceased to work correctly after the first week.
I think it's time to upgrade, what functions do the 2013 model have does anyone know yet?

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