Thread: Broken oven
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Old 24.02.2015, 17:58
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Re: Broken oven

If it was my landlord I'd call him first and explain it exploded after the handle disintegrated. (Plastics fail over time) be honest.

They may replace the entire oven without quibble and no cost to you if it's an old oven (cost more to fix than replace I guess if it's old!) This might be seen as keeping the property in good order then again there are some tight landlords out there.

Otherwise route 2 via insurers.
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