Please see page 3 and 4 of the attached:
Basically for an as is deal, the buyer assumes all responsibility re: the condition of the item,as there are no warranties that attach; so the judge would likely deny a claim for breach of warranty.
Additionally, even if there were warranties, the court will expect the consumer to allow the seller to make reasonable efforts towards rectifying the issue- and that typically includes at least 2 attempts to fix it; at which point the buyer can then seek a third party repair and request reimbursement.
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