Ok, a month or so ago, my ASUS RoG Laptop suddenly gave me a blank screen after I did something in the BIOS. I was unable to fix it as there seems to be no way to clear the CMOS and so I decided that I will send it off to see about getting it repaired. They checked it over and on 27/04/2021, they gave me a quote for £295.55 300 quid is a lot of money for a Laptop thats a few years old now, but its been a great one and so I thought ok.... So I sent off the agreement by post and I paid the £295.55 via my debit card on the phone ( They wanted the money up front as they had to order the parts ) . So, a shoprt time later, they said that it needed some more work. Then, the other day, I get another Email telling me that the Motherboard also needs replacing, and that I now owe them £512.39 Thyey also said that if I decided NOT to go ahead with the repair, that I will still have to pay for the LCD Screen as they have scrapped the original screen. Now, I have told them that I wanted the screen returned with the laptop. I knew that there was nothing wrong with the screen. They simply misdiagnosed the thing. They are trying to charge me twice now. Of course if they assumed that I never paid the first £300 and thats an honest mistake, sure, after all I can prove it as I paid with my ddebit card, but can they do this to me? I mean... The first quote of £295.55 was for it to be fixed, but I could have it returned to me but I would have to pay £45 for them looking at it... But now it looks like if I dont pay this £200 more, that I will have paid out £300 for nothing and I will have a broken laptop. Can they do this? Is it even legal? After all I was given a quote and I paid it and they were wrong to have given me the quote then arent they? I am perfectly happy to have my laptop returned, but I will also want a refund of £250 too! Or would it be best if I spoke to a solicitor about this?