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40% 181 votes
60% 271 votes
452 people voted
Yes, consumers shouldn't be forced to replace appliances if... 238 votes

Yes, consumers shouldn't be forced to replace appliances if they can be fixed
53%
Yes, consumers shouldn't be forced to replace appliances if they can be fixed
Yes, but it should also apply to electronics such as smartphones... 132 votes

Yes, but it should also apply to electronics such as smartphones and tablets
29%
Yes, but it should also apply to electronics such as smartphones and tablets
No, people could end up making the product malfunction or... 27 votes

No, people could end up making the product malfunction or dangerous, in extreme cases
6%
No, people could end up making the product malfunction or dangerous, in extreme cases
No, manufacturers should be developing new and better products,... 14 votes

No, manufacturers should be developing new and better products, not spending money on old ones
3%
No, manufacturers should be developing new and better products, not spending money on old ones
I don't know 40 votes

I don't know
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Not_A_DoDo

Not_A_DoDo

  BEFORE THE greed for money came along during the last 20+ years, all products were built to last, from fridges to computers.... Fridges would run for decades I remember my parents giving me their fridge They had it for 20 years and I had it for another 10 years, the the rental place up the road used it for 10 [before I lost track] and it worked perfectly, BUT THIS didnt make the greedy 1% of the richest 1% enough money, so they started the destruction of life,world etc, and we turned into a throw away society, from material things to babies and human life
KT051

KT051

  Voted Yes, consumers shouldn't be forced to replace appliances if they can be fixed
jaysblueaus

jaysblueaus

  We have had similar laws in Australia since 2011, all goods must be fir for purpose, they must be of quality, and are not to simply break down after the manufacture warranty runs out, items have to last certain amount of years, if not person is entitled to a full refund, repair and or replacement, from the store that you had brought it from.

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