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Repairs under Guarantee
Your Roberts product is guaranteed for twelve months from the date of delivery to the original owner against failure due to faulty workmanship or component breakdown, subject to the procedure stated below. Should any component or part fail during this guarantee period it will be repaired or replaced free of charge. The guarantee does not cover:
- Damage resulting from incorrect use;
- Consequential damage;
- Receivers with removed or defaced serial numbers.
If your radio is still under guarantee, any claims should be made through the dealer from whom the set was purchased. It is likely that the dealer will be able to attend to any defect quickly and efficiently but should it be necessary the dealer will return the set to our service department for attention. In the event that it is not possible to return the radio to the original retailer please follow the instructions for Returning Your Radio. It is important that you include with your set a proof of purchase.
Repairs out of Guarantee
If a fault has occurred after the guarantee has elapsed or the fault has arisen due to consequential damage or misuse, a charge is applicable. Please see the bottom of the page for prices, or click here.
Returning your Radio - Packaging Advice
It is essential that your radio is well-packed as we can no longer accept responsibility for damages caused by insufficient packaging. Any damage caused as a result of poor packaging is neither covered by the guarantee nor by any fee paid for repairs undertaken outside the guarantee. Should you wish this damage to be rectified, you will be charged at the repair rate for your set, subject to availability of parts.
The following photographs show how to pack a radio properly, with the consequences of poor packaging beneath. Remember, damage like this to your radio is not covered by the guarantee and repairing this will incur extra costs. Repair Prices
How to package your set properly:1) Firstly, wrap your radio in several layers of bubble-wrap or other packing wrap.
2) Next, ensure that the sides of the radio are also well protected.
4) Top the box up with more packing. It's best to include your accessories within this section - it makes it easier for us to spot when unpacking. Be careful to position sharp objects such that they cannot damage your set. Finally, make sure you have included the necessary paperwork, and then tape the box closed with strong tape and address it.
Insufficient packaging and damages sustained:
What to Include
Often it is not necessary to send all of your radio's accessories to us. Batteries in particular need not be included with your set if the fault is unrelated, e.g. the aerial has broken. Likewise remote controls, iPod docks and user manuals can be left out. If your radio is powered with a "figure-8" mains lead (like this) then there is no need to include it. However, if your radio is powered by a mains adaptor then please send this along with your set. If you are in any doubt, please do not hesitate to include anything just in case.
We ask that you read and agree to the terms and conditions below, after which you can download and print the returns form. Please fill in the relevant details and send this along with your radio; failure to do so can result in your repair being delayed.
To see prices, click on a relevant category.
All prices quoted include all parts, labour, return carriage (mainland UK) and VAT
Oversea's customers should contact our team for information on the extra cost for oversea's return carriage.
** models also include home or workplace collection service (UK Mainland only), phone 020 8758 0338 for details
- Analogue Radios
- DAB Radios
- Internet Radios
- Alarm/Clock Radios
- CD Radios
- Cassette Radios
- Sound Systems
- ALL Roberts' products
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