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Bang went Christmas as Domestic & General left us without a cooker

Published on Sunday 12th of March 2017 07:00:17 AM in Guardian

We have had a very difficult time trying to replace our £1,800 Stoves Richmond 1000Ei electric induction range cooker, despite having a warranty with Domestic & General – which has cost us hours in time and phone calls. Initially, the induction hob stopped working with an ...

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