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What are my rights if there's a safety warning or product recall?
A product recall is a request to return a product after finding a safety issue or defect that could endanger consumers.
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A food recall is a request to return a product after finding a safety, contamination or allergy issue that could endanger consumers.
Which? safety alert on plastic-backed refrigeration appliances
Which? is taking the precautionary approach of only recommending those appliances with metal backing - either metal or aluminium laminate - or flame-retardant plastic backs.
What do I do if I have a faulty product?
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Whirlpool tumble dryer safety alert, what are my rights?
If your dryer is one of those affected by the fire safety alert, use our free tool to claim a repair, replacement or refund.
Consumer Protection Act 1987
The Consumer Protection Act 1987 gives you the right to claim compensation if a defective product causes death, damage or injury.
Consumer Rights Act 2015
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