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Thank you for your enquiry. If the caravan is defective then you have to give the seller the opportunity to repair or replace this in the first instance. These are rules under the consumer rights act. If they cannot do either of these then they will have to refund you. However, whilst I understand you situation about hardly using it due to lockdown, if you have had the van for more than 6 months then the onus will be on you to prove that the vehicle was faulty at the point of purchase or was not fit for purpose at the point of sale. Prior to looking at any legal action you will want to speak to the seller in the first instance to see if they are willing to do anything about it and if that is not the case then you can look at enforcing your rights under the consumer rights act. I will provide you a link which will enable you to find a solicitor who is local to you who can provide assistance if required.
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