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my cigarette lighter is broken, which is the best way to replace it ?

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how do you mean broken??

broken as in snapped or it just doesnt work???
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warranty?? funny enough mine has chucked it as well.... only ever use it for charging my sat nav and phone but warranty should cover this surely?
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how do you mean broken??

broken as in snapped or it just doesnt work???

it is snapped the , the metal cylinder is stuck to the lighter itself and comes out with the remaining fitting fixed
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Technically, it is a ciager lighter and not an accessory socket so it could be void against warranty. you will however find that most dealers would cover it as usually, if there are no broken parts, its just a fuse thats blown.

If the parts have physically broken, that could be another story.
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Take it back to the dealer
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Technically, it is a ciager lighter and not an accessory socket so it could be void against warranty. you will however find that most dealers would cover it as usually, if there are no broken parts, its just a fuse thats blown.

If the parts have physically broken, that could be another story.
Dealer stated it has been forced, that's why it has been broken not covered by WARRANTY, they said on MONDAY afternoon they would get back to me with a price, nothing yet (HENDY HONDA PORTSMOUTH)
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Dealer not bothered to contact me with price, any one have an idea of price ?
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My cigarette lighter socket stopped working months ago, it's on my 'to do' list to get to the dealers and have it fixed (under warranty). The socket in the boot still works, but nothing I plug into the cabin socket gets any power. Nothing appears to have broken, it all looks fairly normal, so who knows ...
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