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Good evening, welcome to just answer. I am a solicitor and reviewed your question for you. If the meter was changed by EON as part of provision of the service to you at no charge and the meter is not faulty but only that it is not the meter that you wanted and is not suitable for your needs then your new supplier should replace it and meet the cost. Meters should be changed around every 10 years so depending on what you mean by several years it may be due a change anyway. Your new supplier should change it and meet the cost. If you paid for the fitting when EON installed it and they gave you the wrong meter then that's different you can insist on them meeting the cost, hopefully its not over 6 years ago when it was fitted as it would be subject to limitation otherwise.
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