(1) The right to a price reduction is the right to require the trader to reduce the price to the consumer by an appropriate amount (including the right to receive a refund for anything already paid above the reduced amount).
(2) The amount of the reduction may, where appropriate, be the full amount of the price.
(3) A consumer who has that right may only exercise it in one of these situations—
(a) because of section 43(3)(a) the consumer can require neither repair nor replacement of the digital content, or
(b) the consumer has required the trader
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