As everyone says, 20 days out is 20 days out. We doubt you'll be the special case. And please stop claiming "because your not in the UK you don't know anything about how the law works here". People are just telling you what you asked for, an opinion...
Originally Posted by Viridian
Also, if OCUK request an engineers report then I have to provide one. You DO NOT need to break the warranty seal to inspect a PSU to tell if it's faulty. All you need is a digital multimeter and some knowledge of PSU's, there's no whining noise, so it's not a cap or anything. It is clearly faulty.
First thing, "conflict of interest" there with getting your buddy to provide an engineers report. And if your here maybe you should be able to test the PSU yourself?! It doesn't have to be digital multimeter either. Just drop in a ground and start testing. There are a lot of diagrams online
for 20 and 24 pin PSUs for color coding and what volts are normal.
I have a loaf of bread here that's 1 day past due. I tried to call the bread maker but he said he wouldn't refund my money. I'm thinking about going to the grocery store now to get a refund because the law says warranties and due dates are rubbish and I am protected by the law and should get my money back. (obviously not the same thing, but comparable)