I am an sapnish attorney
You do not have to addmit the abuse
You have the right to demand a new machine and all the money paid in reparations
In order to do that contact a local speaking english attorney who demand the seller of the machine
The spanish protection consumer law ( law 1 / 2007 is very clear )
So should we contact them, and request a brand new machine, and if they do not respond what should we do next.
The law forces the seller to give a new product and to pay the cost of bad reparations when the product has defects
OK, so if they refuse, should we attempt court action.
you have to demand the seller
Ok thanks for your help.
You will got the seller at the bill you paid
You can get spking english lawyers here
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