We all know that expensive TV's can be faulty and have problems but what rights do we have in demanding a refund? This is of potential use to all new TV buyers but may help me in my attempt to get a refund. This is what I have established so far but would welcome any comments, corrections, additions and advice: I understand that by rights a new TV should be free from minor defects and if it has any you can return it BUT only if this is done within the legal "reasonable period of time" that defines if you have "accepted" the TV from the seller. I understand this reasonable time limit is not set in stone and can be determined by a court of law. If you have legally "accepted" the TV you cannot demand a refund but can claim damages if the TV cannot be repaired. So to my key questiion: If you spotted the defects after only having the TV 2/3 weeks but then found it to be unsatisfactory would this be classed as within the legal "reasonable period of time limit"? I hope so as I have bought a TV just over 2 weeks ago from a high street retailer and I am unhappy with it for several reasons. In view of the fact that there are can be many faults with TV's and that it can take several days of auditioning and tweaking a TV to spot these faults then this is perhaps why some better retailers offer a no fuss return policy. Sources used: http://www.wiganmbc.gov.uk/pub/ehcp/ts/consumer/soga.htm http://www.dti.gov.uk/CACP/ca/advice/saleofgoods/unsatis.htm http://www.tiscali.co.uk/money/features/good_shopper.html http://www.oxon-tss.org.uk/templates/rights/answer.cfm/1/4 Jason PS If a "feature" of a TV set makes the picture worse like it does on my Philips (ie unNatural Motion! and Active Control) then isn't this arguably a fault and is a justifiable reason to return a TV?