Hi i've done a search on this, but i've found nothing specific to the UK. As much as i appreciate US input, and i would like any input on returns on Magsafe Adapters, wherever they have occurred, however it generally applies to UK trading laws. So i purchased my Macbook in March last year - so it's out of warranty, now in the past few days i've realised that my Magsafe adapter needs 'Tweaking' every now and again or it wont charge. So obviously the adapter is on the fritz and i'll need a replacement. Will apple replace it under the sale of goods act, as it's unreasonable that the power adapter on my £830 computer has broken after 16 months. OR even the EU directive that all consumer goods in the UK should have a warranty of 2 years regardless of what the manufacturer states. because £58 is ridiculous for a power adapter. i havent gone to apple yet, as its over an hour and half to the apple store, and i'd need it replacing when i go to the genius. any ideas?