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I am sorry to hear about your situation.
From the circumstances given it appears your rights under the consumers rights act 2015 has been breached. This is because it states services provided must be performed with reasonable care and skill and goods provided must be fit for purpose and of satisfactory quality. In view of the circumstances there is an argument that the pre contract information did not match was you actually received and/or the repairs undertaken to fix the faults were not performed properly and as a result you suffered a loss.
In view of this you have a number of remedies available to you to ensure you are not left with a defective door.
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Yes it's the county court and given the value if the claim is below £1000 the small claims procedure will be used to manage the claim.
Please see the link below which is how you can start the claim
I have also attached a user guide to review too.