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Was the contract between you and Very or the manufacturer?
Based on the information provided the Consumers Rights Act 2015 states that where goods sold are not of satisfactory quality the buyer can exercise a number of remedies.
The remedies available can be repairs at no costs, price reduction, refund, replacement, etc.
In view of this I suggest you seek a second opinion on the cause of the damage as this will provide evidence on whether the cause was down to usage or an issue the seller ought to have known at the point of sale.
Assuming you obtain a favourable report you should disclose it to very and demand the product be repaired or replaced.
If Very do not accept your position I suggest you consider instructing a solicitor to assist you with bringing court action to exercise one of the remedies under the act.
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