The law requires that the item be adequate for the purpose for which it is purchased or leased. An implied warranty is the normal period of time that an item should function under normal use.
If the item breaks or malfunctions before the normal period elapses, a complaint should be directed to small claims court if the manufacturer does not either replace or repair the item or refund the consumer.
Relevant Statute, Uniform Commercial Code, Sec. 42a-2-314 to 316
See also: Express Warranty
See also: Extended Warranty
See also: Small claims court