‘Right to Repair’ law will extend lifespan of products, government says

This isn’t a law about who is responsible for the repair. If it’s still within warranty, then the manufacturer or the retailer should repair it, but after that, you are at least now guaranteed access to a replacement part. You’ll probably have to buy it, and you may have to pay someone to fit it if it’s a complicated internal part, but at least you should be able to get hold of it.

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