i called out an engineer because my FROST FREE FRIDGE/FREEZER WAS BECOMING ICED UP under the bottom draw. after two weeks problem returned and was told by comet kitchen advisor to push a straw into the drain hole, he then asked me what setting was it on replied 2-50 he replied it was to warm and set it to 3-00? a scale of 1-7 is on the dial if i cant use under 3 then why have scale 1-7 ? after telling him i am disabied and could not get down to unblock the the drain was told to get the wife to do it.i am still in extended warrenty but was told this was not covered. i have been advised to quote unmerchantable quality act and phone trading standards, i await your answer by return of post
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