Weber Baby Q goes chernobyl and has a meltdown
Last edited 15/03/2019 - 07:32
My Weber Baby Q has suffered another major failure and the legs of the metal cook box have melted through the plastic frame.
First time this happened I rang up Weber and they sent me replacements parts.
But this time around I must have got the Trump of the Weber world because they are calling it a "thermal event" and refusing to replace or refund.
I quoted the ACCC website to them since I feel they would be in breach of contract on the warranty and consumer law but much like Trump they apparently don’t think the law applies to them.
Any suggestions for other courses of action I can take?
Plus, and I must be honest here, when it is not spontaneously combusting I love cooking on it, it is so choice. If you have the means, I highly recommend picking one up.