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Denise wrote:. . . i am now a little aprehensive about buying another . . .
I can understand that but the question you need to ask is, how essential is the halogen oven in your kitchen?
If you can live without it , then don't buy another one.
But if this is an essential cooking aid for you, then by all means buy a new one.
This time make sure you buy the extended warranty. This will give you 3 years cover for about £10.00
I am aware of 2 places that offer extended warranty, Argos and JML Direct
Click here for ARGOS
Hope this helps you to decide Denise
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