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Hello, welcome to the website. My name isXXXXX can assist you with this.
If the pole is at fault, not the sections now replaced, then you would be entitled to reject it on the basis of it not being of satisfactory quality and/or fit for purpose. I assume, when I say this, that you bought the pole from a business, is that correct?
Yes top shop fostrrs birmingham
Okay, then that's fine. You would be entitled to demand your money back or a repair or replacement at your choice.
Fosters of birmingham
The 12mth warranty up now but they keept givin me sections nowing the pole not up to job a carp pole
12 month warranties are standard but this is not the "legal requirement". So, it's possible that you could buy something and it might be 4 months out of warranty, the law can (and often does) impose a more stringent requirement, requiring the item to be working beyond that period. A good example might be aTV, which often gets a 12 month warranty, but the courts will often say they should work for a long time beyond that without breaking down and then when they do breakdown, they must not have been of satisfactory quality etc.
There are no hard and fast rules as to what is an appropriate length of time for something to work, and often, claimants get evidence from professionals in the industry concerned, so in your case, perhaps an experienced angler that has used many types of pole, or perhaps more usefully, a distributor that has his own experience of many complaints/returns issues of the different types of pole etc.