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stokeduck says:
26 August 2019

Accessible Hotel accommodation for the Disabled

Trying to find wheelchair accessible hotel room’s, Go on any Hotel web page and look for accessible rooms some say they have them, but if you click look at rooms and they never show the pictures.
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3 September 2019

Thanks for the idea @stokeduck, we’ve started a conversation on it here: https://conversation.which.co.uk/travel-leisure/disabled-access-travel-frank-gardner/

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9 August 2019

It really annoys me that I bought and own my Sky+ box years ago, but once I ceased my Sky subscription the box PVR functions stop.

You can’t lock a mobile phone to a network and render it useless…
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5 August 2019

Washing machines with door protection guards

Anyone who has experienced a washing machine glass door exploding is likely to be keen to buy a machine with a guard. It’s difficult to establish which models have this feature.
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Mervyn Adams says:
5 August 2019

Thanks to Which

Just a quick “thank you” for “getting” me to pursue a PPI claim especially when I thought the claim would be in vain. I did no work as I was informed by Which – bank did everything. Worth the effort.
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Vanessa Windust says:
4 August 2019

Denture fixatives- Toxic Zinc

All the denture fixative creams containing zinc are causing very serious neurological illness and other health tragedies. In America lots of people are suing for around a quarter of a million dollars.
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ROBERT BAXTER COCKBURN Nisbet says:
18 September 2019

baxternisbet@gmail.com

My Hyundai 110 has an intermittent fault which leads the immobiliser to prevent the engine from firing on start . Other makes of car are also subject to this . Should immobilisers be banned ?
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sachakins says:
10 September 2019

Ditch your fixed line broadband for mobile internet!

BB Was 38mb £26.50pm, SIMO £20 100GB 5000mins, Ditched BB. Got Asus router wrt 4g USB compatible £35, now 55-69MB. MAKE SURE mobile deal allows unlimited tethering with good 4g signal SAVING £26.50pm.
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Andy says:
1 September 2019

John Lewis 7 year guarantee outsourced and now worthless

Bought a John Lewis 1200 pocket sprung mattress 5.5 years ago, got very uncomfortable recently, told by JL a third party tech would check it, then told was just wear and tear, not covered by warranty
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2 September 2019

Hey Andy,

Let’s pick this up in the Consumer rights discussion, as I’m sure a lot of the people there can advise on what your rights are in terms of warranty: https://conversation.which.co.uk/shopping/consumer-rights-complaints-faulty-problems/

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30 August 2019

Asking to revoke Which? Recommended Provider! John Lewis Home Insurance underwritten & serviced by Royal Sun Alliance

New-for-old with like-for-like is a joke. Claim: Panasonic Plasma TV (£1299 in 2011) and offered LG LED (£499) and PS3 (£425 2006) offered PS3 slimline (not on sale anymore!! – curry’s voucher £214!)
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Sheela says:
22 August 2019

Why can I not pay child prices for my 16 year old when we go for days out?

I understand it when we go to ‘young people’ venues, but very few places have a pricing policy that reflects the reality that parents like to share new experiences with their children.
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20 August 2019

False Advertising

Specsavers and O2 are two examples I have found where they advertising has turned out to be misleading or even false. With O2 I can’t do anything about it.
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Tess says:
19 August 2019

Stoves rangecookers

Looking for a rangecooker and found that not many up to date reviews on them have been added the best buy 2012 for a best buy stoves is there any new reviews coming out for the new line available.
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Fiona McElhone says:
18 August 2019

Car Hire fee – returning to a different location

Is is really that difficult that I have to pay over 7 times the price for returning to the same depot?
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gustavski says:
11 August 2019

car insurance rip off for older drivers

I hold a HGV 1 and Bus licence. Now I find because I am 80 years old, I pay twice as much car insurance as a 50 year old. How do the car insures justify this?
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Graham says:
9 August 2019

Domestic Roaming
With bad signal problems etc in many areas, why not impose domestic roaming?

If I go to the EU I can use my mobile at no extra cost using the local service. Why not do that at home?
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brat673 says:
8 August 2019

Railway ticketing e ticket ordering

When can we have seamless e- ticketing to order Rail and Plus bus ticketing. On Northern rail you can have an e-ticket no plus bus. Why?
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Colin says:
8 August 2019

Amazon pricing

Lets stop Ads in Amazon giving false lower price limits especialy on clothes ie £4.99- £14.99 when the £4.99 doesn’t exist.
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TomCannon says:
7 August 2019

Asbestos

Asbestos is the silent killer in 50% of homes but nothing useful on Which about either the firms that do surveys or those that remove. Had really bad experience recently with former!
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9 August 2019

Hi Tom, we have passed this through to the content team. While this isn’t specifically about asbestos there is good advice dealing with contractors when you have had a bad experience here:

https://www.which.co.uk/consumer-rights/advice/my-building-work-hasnt-been-completed-to-a-quality-standard

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Tom Cannon says:
7 August 2019

Fibre Broadband

Which piece misleading. figures on access don’t reflect reality, sample in Manchester, which claims +95%, but less than 45% consumers, living within 200yds of Fibre enabled exchange can’t get Fibre.
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Kate says:
5 August 2019

Snoring remedies

Hello everyone!
My husband snores and it has got so bad I have been thinking of sleeping in our spare room. I hoped Which would have reviewed the remedies you can buy. Any ideas?
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Dawn Cowderoy says:
4 August 2019

Poor service from Couriers

Major difficulties with Hermes re non delivery of an item I sold through eBay. Customer services are non existent – don’t care at all about customers
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Kim Efa says:
2 August 2019

Broadband through mobile

My BT broadband is only 1 to 3 Mbps. My O2 mobile broadband is 30 Mbps or more. Why not use mobile only, instead of landline, for calls, TV, PC and mobile?
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