First, one wants to go to the dealer and explain the situation and see whether or not this falls under warranty. It sounds like you have a warranty from the seller and possibly also the manufacturer. If the matter falls under the dealer's warranty, then they should fix the issue without charge (or at minimal charge). If the matter falls under the manufacturer's warranty, then the dealer should fix the issue at the manufacturer's expense.
If they do not fix the issue even if it falls under warranty, then they are liable for breach of express warranty.
Even if there is no issue that falls under an existing warranty, it may fall under implied warranties. When one purchases an item, even if one does not have a specific warranty, it comes with a set of implied warranties. These implied warranties are very ambiguous in law by nature. An implied warranty of fitness for a particular purpose is a warranty implied by law that if a seller knows or has reason to know of a particular purpose for which some item is being purchased by the buyer, the seller is guaranteeing that the item is fit for that particular purpose. An implied warranty of merchantability is a warranty implied by law that goods are reasonably fit for the general purpose for which they are sold.
Now, both are very subjective and are based on (1) the item's condition at time of purchase, (2) the amount the item was purchased for, (3) how long an item of such nature normally would be expected to last for, and (4) whether or not you waived these warranties by writing.
In summary, this issue may be enforceable under the express warranty one has, or, under implied warranties under the law.
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